Amira Aro (they/them)

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Amira Aro (they/them)

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Image description: A photo of Amira, a light skinned Black person with a curly side ponytail, big black cat eye glasses, black lipstick, and a black shirt with a white spider web design all over looks calmly at the camera.

Amira Aro is a disabled, exogender Black person. Born and raised in Cherokee/Iroquois/Shawnee land (Louisville, KY) currently living on Lenape land (Philly). They’ve been a community organizer since 2017 to protect Black trans people however they can. From rallies and protests, securing housing, and curating reparations, finding any and all ways to bring the love, care, rest, and stability that Black trans people need most yet rarely given. Their dream is to one day create a safe house or commune for Black trans people to be taken care of without question, giving them a healing oasis to pause and focus on their own well being with no other worries or concerns. Until then, they are working the best job in the world as a collaborator and coordinator for Reclaim UGLY.

But Amira the person when the laptop is off is a quiet, nerdy, deeply curious writer of blogs and poetry, singer and piano player, and occasional digital artist. They’re obsessed with Untitled Goose Game and is 90% sweet tea. They’re probably listening to 80’s music or to Mama Rue’s Ancestral wisdom podcast while working right at this very moment. Wishes days were longer so they could go on more picnics and read more.


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