Ashleigh-Rae Thomas

I make gay publications Blacker

and Black publications gayer.

Ashleigh Rae-Thomas is an Afro-Caribbean writer, facilitator, and avid community organizer from Toronto, by way of Jamaican roots. Ashleigh has contributed to Huffington Post, Vice, and Byblacks.com, her words resonating amongst millennial readers as a voice of reason and clarity in often challenging times. Her honest and insightful takes on social justice, feminism, politics, and culture help continue to cultivate a community that celebrates Afro-Caribbeans of all walks of life.

“I had the privilege of working alongside Ashleigh for the past year to support workshops in Apathy is Boring’s RISE program. Their expertise and enthusiasm for gender inclusion, intersectionality and community development is unparalleled. Ashleigh continuously fosters brave spaces for youth and continues to be a powerhouse in the community.”

Sajanika Sivanu at Apathy is Boring Toronto
From Indigeniety to mental health, click below to view my work for various clients
 

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