writer. storyteller. organizer.
Fabliha Anbar (she/they) is a 22-year-old writer and community organizer based in New York City. She is the creator of Sorjo Magazine, an online publication for and by the unconventional with over 100,000+ readers around the world. She is the youth coordinator for Arts & Democracy, an organization funded by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Her main focus is cultivating a safe environment for immigrant youth to creatively express themselves through art and culture. Fabliha is also the founder of the South Asian Queer + Trans Collective, a grassroots collective for the South Asian and Indo- Caribbean lgbtq+ diaspora.
Several of Fabliha's blog posts on her newsletter has gone viral on social media and accumulated over 10k views internationally. You can also check out her newsletter here. She has been featured on multiple publications such as Teen Vogue, Vice, NBC News, Refinery29, Rookie, and more. Fabliha utilizes the many facets of her identity in her writing and believes storytelling is a powerful tool to heal souls.