Hon. Sheila Judge Abdus-Salaam Gift

April 17, 2018 will mark the first year since the passing of the Honorable Sheila Abdus-Salaam, yet she is still with us. To honor her presence, Columbia Law School BLSA Class of 2018 requests your help in continuing her legacy of selfless giving to the Harlem community she called home for many years.

 

Our cohort seeks to honor Judge Abdus-Salaam’s service by giving a gift to Project Brownstone, Inc., an organization whose mission is to “find holistic ways of developing and empowering underserved youths in Harlem.” Judge Abdus-Salaam served on the Board of Directors for Project Brownstone and her family chose to support the organization with this gift.

 

Judge Abdus-Salaam was a proud member of Columbia BLSA, and expressed her commitment to the Black women and men here by being present. She showed up for us every year as a mentor, a speaker, and supporter of our own initiatives. We ask that CLS BLSA alumni join us in supporting Project Brownstone. Judge Abdus-Salaam had time for us. We thank you for your time in return.

Donations

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    • $25 
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    • $5 
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    • $10 
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Organizer

Wendell Ramsey 
Organizer
New York, NY
Project Brownstone 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.
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