Asa R. Rogers-Shaw

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Template:TOCnestleft Asa R. Rogers-Shaw is a Florida activist.

EJL Fellows 2020


Movement for Black Lives November 27 2019.

Electoral Justice League Fellows 2020.

Asa R. Rogers-Shaw Fort Lauderdale, Bianca Avery Dallas, Jewel Butler Detroit, Aaron Jamal Bryant NC, Gicola Lane Nashville, Wendell Paris, MS and AL, Alonzo Waheed Chicago, DeVohn Phillips NC Lola Levesque Phoenix, Enyer Robles-Martinez FL, Florence Alexander MI, Arekia Bennett Jackson MS.

“Unbossed and Unapologetic Visionary”

Jordan Waide October 18, 2019 ·


@newflmajority was presented with the “Unbossed and Unapologetic Visionary” Award by Mayor @AndrewGillum for our groundbreaking work in #Florida #BMC19 #Repost #FBF #FlashbackFriday — with Carlos Naranjo and Kelli Ann, Daniel Garcia, Monalisa Weber, Serena Perez, Tray Rock, Valencia Gunder, Nancy Metayer, Asa Roberts Shaw, Bertisha Jones, Gina Romero, Dwight Bullard, Andrea Mercado, Victricia Simmons at The New Florida Majority.

"We fight for racial and economic justice"

Tomas Kennedy January 24, 2018:


Kind of like The Avengers, except instead of crappy action movies we fight for racial and economic justice. #SWAG — with Tim Heberlein, Asa R. Rogers-Shaw, Stephanie Ighodaro, Yulissa Arce, Devin Coleman, Desmond Meade, Stephanie Porta, Andrea Mercado, Isabel Vinent Grimany and Phillip Agnew.

"Disaster preparedness plan"

The New Florida Majority, April 23 2018:


Hurricane Irma proved that South Florida residents, government & physical infrastructure are not prepared for a severe natural disaster. Join your neighbors & community members in creating a disaster preparedness plan for your neighborhood! — with Maru Lanao, Wakumi Douglas, Francesca Menes, Dwight Bullard, Roderick C. Kemp, Isheka Harrison, Jen Janeway, Steven Moreno Jones, Tameka Bradley Hobbs, Nancy Metayer, Richard Way III, Trenise Bryant, Jasmen M. Rogers-Shaw, Tanisha Osorto, Debra J. Toomer, Tomas Kennedy, Kellie Tigertail, Mariama Gregory, Maria-Victoria Ramirez, Emmanuel George, Kizzy Rock, Meena Jagannath, Marcia Olivo, Asa R. Rogers-Shaw, Eel Kat and Erick On-Sang.

Pushback against Trump's racist attacks

The New Florida Majority, January 24 2018;


TONIGHT: Join us at 8 pm EST for a vital CTA vs Donald J. Trump's racist policies targeting Black immigrants. Color Of Change executive director #RashadRobinson and partners/panelists from the NAACP, Advancement Project (DC), Black Alliance for Just Immigration, UndocuBlack Network, Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, The New Florida Majority, New Virginia Majority, along with actor Official Bambadjan Bamba will share what you can do in this vital forum. Call 866-757-0756 toll-free to dial in to connect to the town hall 1 hour before, or join via audio link 10 minutes before: — with Meena Jagannath, Kizzy Rock, Juno T. Starz, Denzel D. Burnside III, Valencia Gunder, Eel Kat, Jasmen M. Rogers-Shaw, Sarrah Fanny, Dwight Bullard, Emmanuel George, Asa R. Rogers-Shaw, Tifanny Burks and NAACP.

In Jax

The New Florida Majority February 23, 2018;


NewFM staff spent the last two days in Jacksonville planning for an impactful 2018 and beyond. Thank you to Pastor Gundy of Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church for hosting us today and imparting us with your wisdom. We're inspired by the role that you, Mt. Sinai (and black churches throughout history) have played in the quest for black liberation, equality and justice for all. — feeling inspired with Yerba Mala Nunca-Muere, Mone Holder, Nancy Metayer, Dwight Bullard, Valencia Gunder and Asa R. Rogers-Shaw.

Now What? Defying Trump and the Left's Way Forward


Now What? Defying Trump and the Left's Way Forward was a phone in webinar organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization in the wake of the 2016 election.

Now what? We’re all asking ourselves that question in the wake of Trump’s victory. We’ve got urgent strategizing and work to do, together. Join Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson of the Movement for Black Lives and Freedom Road, Calvin Cheung-Miaw, Jodeen Olguin-Taylor of Mijente and WFP, Joe Schwartz of the Democratic Socialists of America, and Sendolo Diaminah of Freedom Road for a discussion of what happened, and what we should be doing to build mass defiance. And above all, how do we build the Left in this, which we know is the only solution to the crises we face?

This event will take place Tuesday November 15, 2016 at 9pm Eastern/8pm Central/6pm Pacific.

Those invited, on Facebook included Asa Roberts Shaw.[1]


Luz De La Mar September 26, 2016:

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I love my community/family <3! — with Xander Sumrall, Arely LoBa, Elijah D. Manley, Cassia Theresa, Carlos Valnera Naranjo, Nathan Patches Pim, Tifanny Burks, Jasmen M. Rogers-Shaw, Jesse Sobreviviente Cosme, Jillian Pim, Asa R. Rogers-Shaw, Agosto Brizuela, Jp Sanchez, Conor George and Mark Patterson at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

POC staff


In response to a Politico article bemoaning the dangers of a lack of POC staff working on Democratic Party campaigns.

Corryn Grace Freeman December 4 at 12:52 PM ·

I call bullshit... Here is a list of some of the phenomenal POC campaign staff I know at every level just within my network. Feel free to add the one's you know and I'll happily send to POLITICO

Jack Lofgren IV, Anurag Pal, Karen Andre, Ashley Green, Ashley Bryant, Dorien Paul, Siottis Jackson, Angie Nixon, Eunic Ortiz, Melissa Morales, Jazz Johnson, Ernest Lee Boston, Jr., Reginald Abraham, Anna Vishkaee Eskamani, Ida Vishkaee Eskamani, Jalisa Washington Price, Alida Garcia, Alicia Stallworth, Jones Alicia, Bertisha Jones, Asa R. Rogers-Shaw, Valencia Gunder, Stephanie Ighodaro, Victoria Elliott York, Marilyn Davis, Stefanie Brown James, Quentin James, Marcus Switzer, Alexis Camille Crews, Bianki Collection, Jamaa Bickley-King, Jamarr Brown, Max Clermont, Elbert Garcia, Antonio Lewis, Al Barrentine, Mila Al-Ayoubi, Tomas Kennedy, Francesca Menes, Nancy Metayer.

These are just the ones that I came up with without thinking... I'm sure I have a ton more. There are also resources like Inclusv that have thousands of POC campaign staff.

Black Lives Matter Alliance

Black Lives Matter Alliance Broward August 30, 2016 ·

Today would have been Michael Eugene Wilson Jr's 28th birthday.

We stand with his family in their pursuit of justice for his killing at the hands of Hallandale Beach Police Department.

This is a reminder that Broward County is not immune from epidemic of police violence. We're right in the middle of it.


— with BlackVotes Matter Pompano Chapter, Irwin Cineus, Renee Mowatt, Asa Roberts Shaw, Nathan Patches Pim, Carlos Naranjo, Kizzy Rock, Jen Janeway, Paula Nobles, Sholom Yitzchak Neistein, Naike Owens.