Zoe Bambara Daniel

is a Rise Georgia Fellow and a freshman at Morris Brown, an HBCU in Atlanta. At the age of 19 she has organized marches and protests in the name of justice for Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and others killed as a result of police brutality. Among many others, Zoe has committed to firmly stand for the rights of all oppressed. Her first march brought out over 5,000 people and was the kickstart to what people are now calling Atlanta’s “Modern Civil Rights Movement.” Zoe also works with the We Are Tired Movement as a Program Coordinator as well as serving as the Anti-Violence committee leader of Until Freedom Atlanta.