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Rashida Strober on Tour

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Award-winning playwright, actress, author, social commentator, educator, dark skinned activist and humanitarian Rashida Strober tackles this important issue fearlessly!

RAW, HONEST!! THE REAL DEAL!! Get ready! You'll laugh, You'll cry, You'll be shocked! Dont miss this compelling, entertaining, groundbreaking performance of what its really like to be DARK SKIN and female living in the world. Your chance to catch the awardwinning performance of A Dark Skin Woman's Revenge!

A dark skinned woman's revenge hits "ALANTA"

2 shows only

LOCATION:COCONUT KITCHEN & LOUNGE 6045 Norcross Tucker Road   Norcross, GA  30093

TIME: 2 Shows Only SATURDAY DEC 12, 2015 1:00 PM & 7:00 PM


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6045 Norcross Tucker Road
Norcross, GA 30093


Rashida Strober on Tour


“Even if you’re going through hell, keep going!” This is one of Rashida’s most inspiring quotes by the motivational king, Les Brown. Rashida knows about going through hell. A Florida native, Rashida is the only girl among 6 siblings. She was born into what seemed like hell on earth, yet through it all, she discovered a burning desire to become a talented performer. At a young age Rashida was destined for success as she won numerous acting awards, including a prestigious Ruth Eckerd Hall Scholarship and the Florida Thespian Festival Superior award.

The St. Petersburg Times wrote about her crowning achievements at the tender age of 13. Soon after, life’s trials shook the foundation of her chances at achieving her dream. Rashida’s self- esteem was brutally assaulted at every turn by classmates who made her life a living hell. Known as “black and ugly” “monkey mouth” and “African Booty Scratcher”, she was told by many that she would never make it as an actress. Living on the streets and all alone by the age of 14, Rashida endured poverty and sexual exploitation. Although homeless, beat down, busted and disgusted with life, Rashida held fast to her dream of acting.

With God’s help she escaped the poverty and sexual abuse and by age 17, she earned a GED, found employment, saved money for an apartment and enrolled in college. After graduating from the University of South Florida with a Master’s Degree in Political Science, Rashida moved to LA to pursue her acting dream. In 2006 she wrote, produced and starred in her autobiographical one-woman show, The Ice Cream Lady’s Dream. Inspired by the dark skin mental abuse of the main character and a lecture Rashida delivered on dark skin in 1998 at St. Petersburg College, she decided to write A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge in the summer of 2006. This groundbreaking play spurred an international movement recognizing the beauty plight of dark-skinned women and girls.

After three years in LA Rashida relocated to St. Petersburg. After returning she continued to write, speak and perform the play with the theme of uplifting dark skin beauty. She taught in Pinellas County Schools and St. Petersburg College and appeared on television’s The Forensic Files and various theatrical productions, including TV Commercials.
Rashida launched the website, a video sharing site to promote actors, actresses and performers and in 2008 she founded ICLD Productions. ICLD is the first production company of its kind, producing plays specifically about the dark-skinned female experience. Since 2006, Rashida has been performing as 5 characters in the groundbreaking play A Dark Skinned Woman’s Revenge. Select venues include The University of South Florida, The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival and The Washington DC Black Theater Festival.

Rashida has been recognized by her peers for her stellar acting talents. In 2012, she won the Playwrights Red Carpet Award. She won “Actress of the Year” for her heart wrenching performance as Georgana Nelson, a badly treated dark skinned, mentally ill woman in A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge. Rashida has been featured in local and national newspapers and on numerous television programs. In 2013 she made the cover of the Floridian Magazine.

Rashida is on a mission to change the world for dark skinned people. Her talents as an actor and orator are reflected in her ongoing efforts as The World’s First Dark Skinned Activist. In 2014 Rashida made history. Inspired by the play A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge, she created the International Dark Skin is Beautiful Campaign, the first in the world to uplift the beauty of dark skinned women and girls. An expert on the plight of dark skinned women and girls, Rashida tours the country speaking about the issue of dark skinned beauty. Sought after for her unique views and expertise on dark skin, Rashida has appeared on numerous talk shows including The Tommy Sotomayor Show, Questions of a Lifetime and was seen by millions as the feature story on Bay News 9. The highly anticipated book version of the play is available at You can also find other books written by Rashida including, Darkism:25 ways dark skin people are discriminated against, How to be the hottest dark skinned chick on the planet and She Black But she ain’t ugly: A dark skin girl’s triumph.

Rashida is one of the lead panelists on the Girls Change the World Workshop in Pinellas County Schools. She is also a keynote for the Great American Teach–In. From High school students to churches, to theaters and community organizations, Rashida inspires audiences through her unique style of energetic, entertaining, raw, honest and engaging insight. As The Dark Skin Activist since 1998, Rashida is passionate about using her talents as a performer to change the course of history for dark skinned women and girls around the world. Her most recent live show is called Rashida Raw: Burnt Black Crispy Biscuit. To find out more visit
Support her Dark Skin is Beautiful Campaign by learning more, sharing the mission and donating today. Rashida can be reached at


This list by no means exhausts Rashida’s contributions. However it reflects a lifetime of the actual work of dark skinned activism.

• Community Activist Samuel X & Father introduced Rashida to activism at age 10
• Studied under father Samuel X
• Invented dark skinned activism in 1998 giving first lecture/speech at Saint Petersburg College
• Became the world’s first dark skinned activist in 1998
• Obtained Master’s degree in political science from the University of South Florida
• Wrote graduate thesis on Structural Adjustment Policies in Africa, contributing to the research and public policy literature
• 2 time Feature Story in the fifth largest newspaper in the US, The Saint Petersburg Times
• Feature Story watched by millions on Bay News 9
• On the Cover of the Floridian Magazine
• Feature story in various publication in both print and online
• Guest columnist for various newspapers both online & in print
• Performed @ the Pan-African Film Festival in the one woman show, The World you stood by and just watched
• Wrote The Dark Skin Female Beauty Revolution published in the Weekly Challenger
• Earned stellar critical reviews for the play A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge
• Created the first ever Dark Skinned glossary of terms
• Taught American National Government at St Petersburg College
• Great American Teach-In keynote speaker on black economic development for black students
• Joined the Uhuru Movement in 1999 studying under Omali Yeshitela
• Joined and organized countless grassroots campaigns while in the Uhuru Movement
• On the campaign to elect black activist Chimerenga Waller for St. Pete city counsel
• On the campaign to elect Chairman Omali Yeshitela for St. Pete Mayor
• Recruited Stetson attorney to provide pro bono services for the African-American community in housing discrimination and police brutality
• Conducted pro bono legal research and document preparation for home foreclosure victim
• Provided free tax prep services to the community
• Sponsored local artists
• Works with Christ Gospel Igbobia Non-Profit Organization to provide scholarships and other resources to the international African Community
• Organized food drives for the homeless
• Advocated for victims of housing discrimination, police brutality and injustice
• Formed & participated in door to door campaigns for racial justice and equality
• Started the Malcolm X Free Tutoring Program in 2005
• Created the dark skin is beautiful campaign
• Girls change the world keynote speaker
• Conducted African American Author Workshop
• African-American business owner
• Helped African-American students pass standardized testing
• Protested the mistreatment of black teacher fired for defending black student in 1999
• Performed dark skin play in high school
• Provided legal research for various civil rights cases free of charge
• Participated in and organized multiple police brutality and discrimination protests in Florida and California
• Conducted free community talks on dark skin discrimination in schools, churches, libraries and organizations
• Created jobs for the community
• Provided free consulting services on how to write, market and promote your story
• Provided Free performances of A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge for the Pinellas Country Urban League
• Mentored African American Youth
• Donated funds to black causes such as Baltimore protesters and black college students
• Mentored numerous black artists
• Provided countless free performances of play A Dark Skinned Woman’s Revenge
• Volunteer children’s reader for Head start program
• Advised countless African-Americans on how to prepare for college
• Wrote 4 dark skinned books
• Wrote, directed, produced and performed in A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge
• Wrote first motivational book in the world for dark skinned women called How to Be the Hottest Dark Skin Chick on the planet ( gives it away for free)
• Counsels dark skin men and women (free of charge) suffering from dark skin discrimination
• Donated countless amount of time, money and influence to various causes in the African-American community
• Provides free internet videos exposing dark skin discrimination world wide
• Constantly influence the hearts of black men
• Travels around the country speaking on dark skin discrimination
• Hosts A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge Show
• Performed A Dark Skin Woman’s Revenge at the Atlanta Black Theater Festival, The University of south Florida, The Washington DC Black Theater Festival among others
• Award Winning Actress
• Wrote Darkism: 25 ways dark skinned people are discriminated against
• Wrote, directed and produced Burnt black crispy biscuit

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