Rasheedah Phillips, Esq. is a Philadelphia-based public interest attorney, mother, interdisciplinary artist, and cultural producer whose writing has appeared in Keywords for Radicals: The Contested Vocabulary of Late Capitalist Struggle, Villanova Law Review, Temple Political and Civil Right Journal, The Funambulist, and more. She is the founder of The AfroFuturist Affair, a founding member of Metropolarity Queer Speculative Fiction Collective, co-founder of Black Quantum Futurism, and co-creator of the award-winning Community Futures Lab/Community Futurisms project. As a social justice advocate, Phillips has been recognized with the 2017 National Housing Law Project Housing Justice Award, the 2017 City & State Pennsylvania 40 Under 40 Rising Star Award, the 2018 Temple University Black Law Student Association Alumni Award, and 2019 Barristers Association of Philadelphia Outstanding Young Attorney Award. She is a 2016 graduate of Shriver Center’s Racial Justice Institute, and 2018 Atlantic Fellow for Racial Equity. As part of BQF Collective and as a solo artist, Phillips has exhibited, presented, been in residence, and performed at Institute of Contemporary Art London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Serpentine Gallery, and more.