Born in West Oakland, CA, Tahirah Rasheed is an artrepreneur and founder of “Fresh Made Productions” (arts content promotion and production), and “See Black Women” (a movement to be led by activists, curators, artists, writers, photographers and poets). See Black Women is a new venture focusing on triumph over the twin parallels of invisibility and hyper-visibility of black women through a platform dedicated to elevating the work of black women, political campaigns, and events.

As an internationally traveled Disc Jockey, former medical lab assistant, and published researcher, Tahirah lends her many talents and experiences to each venture in service of community. She is focused on using art and business to fortify broader movements for justice. Her passion for the arts grows with every exploration of possibility. Tahirah is working toward a day in which her ventures are part of the sustainable support of black art in service of black freedom, black love, and black prosperity.