Iman Shabazz has offered exceptional service to meet the needs of both young people and adults with an emphasis on restorative approaches to community healing and community building. A persistent voice in the struggle for education, awareness and organization in the face of racial and social injustices, he bears certification in a variety of interventions and public health strategies including: Urban Trauma, Community Conferencing, Emotional Emancipation Healing Circles and Creative Conflict Resolution.
Additionally, Iman is a son, elder brother, uncle, cousin, friend and baba to many watoto of the family and communities to which he belongs. Iman delivers practical solutions to complex problems, shares informed, inspiring perspectives and has a dynamically empowering effect on the people he reaches.
Whether perceived as a community justice thought leader, Restorative Justice practitioner, activist, actor, emcee, dancer or poet, he seeks to use his talent and experience as a tool for healing. It is Iman’s desire to build a free and just world for all humanity.