About Rameen Mohammed

Rameen Mohammed is a South Asian Muslim community organizer and soon-to-be law student. She got her bachelor's degree in American Studies at the University of Texas in Dallas. Rameen has worked in the non-profit sector for four years, taking on Research and Communication Associate roles. Growing up in a post-9/11 America, she has been an advocate for highlighting the Muslim youth experience. Rameen has been featured in the South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)’s documentary, Process: 20 Years Since. As a community organizer and educator, she ran the Asian American Pacific Islander Public Affairs Association- North Texas Chapter’s internship program for two years, mentoring and cultivating the next generation of Asian American change makers. As a firm believer in abolition, Rameen participated as one of the MAS Dallas PACE Organziers from 2021 to 2022. Alongside her fellow PACE organizers, she held community education sessions on topics such as imperialism, settler colonialism, and White Supremacy for the youth and family-focused events. Rameen is a former Muslim For Justice Futures fellow under the Muslim Wxmen’s Organzing Institute. She likes to invest in self-care with iced coffee, catching up on Doctor Who, and make-up in her free time.

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