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Saleemah Graham-Fleming stands with arms folded, not smiling in the courtyard of Richland Northeast High School surrounded by buildings, grassy areas, and small bushes.

Saleemah Graham


Saleemah Graham-Fleming is a NJ native and graduate of Benedict College as well as Webster University in Columbia, SC. 

She is the author of "When God Was Effervescent" based on her true story released in 2013. She has over 22 years of experience working in social/human services and has accepted her call to lifelong service to all mankind. She is the mother of recently slain Sanaa Mahari Amenhotep, who was kidnapped and murdered on April 5, 2021. After a 24-day search, Ms. Graham-Fleming was met with the devastating information of her daughter's murder without the possibility of a proper viewing or a final goodbye.


As a result, Saleemah was thrust into the role of affecting change and advocacy to the masses to end gun & community violence against children globally. Her scripture base is Romans 8:28, "All things work together for good of them that love God & who are called according to his purpose."

Saleemah's journey's mantra is, "If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far, go together."

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