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Sherly Fabre is an activist with a background in international political economy, conflict resolution, interfaith dialogue, and communications. She is a member of the Muslim Peace Fellowship and a former intentional resident of the Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center, where she worked as a volunteer librarian at the Islamic Library. Currently, she is serving as a representative of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) to the United Nations in New York.
Originally from Haiti, Sherly has lived most of her life as a Haitian immigrant in the United States. She is a founding member of Proyecto Faro, an immigrant-lead organization whose goal is to weave networks of support and solidarity for immigrants in Rockland County, NY.
She also organized against war, sexism and racism, and is active in the Palestine solidarity and Black Lives Matter movements. Sherly comes to Ambazonian solidarity organizing as a Haitian person with direct experience of French neocolonialism.