An Haitian-born, French Afrofeminist organizer, thinker, and writer. Fania is an experienced organizer in grassroots movements against racism, specifically anti-Blackness and Black feminism in France. In addition to being part of the MWASI – Collectif Afroféministe, and Coordination Action Autonome Noire (C.A.A.N), she is the co-creator of the Decolonial Summer Camp, a five-day anti-racism training course in France. In 2014, she founded Revue AssiégéEs (Besieged), a political publishing project led by women, queer and trans people of color, I am the actual publication director. In 2019 my book Afro-Communautaire: Appartenir à nous-mêmes (Afro-Community: To Belong to Ourselves) has been published by Syllepse Edition (a french radical publishing house). The impetus of this small manifesto is an afro-revolutionary and anti-imperialist utopia for the political organization of Black people in France against racial politics and neo-liberalism.
In Fall 2020, she is a PhD student in sociology at The New School for Social Research (New-York, NY), her area of research are Africana studies, critical race theory, Black feminism, materialist feminism and capitalism studies.