Taalib Saber is the principal attorney at The Saber Firm, LLC, where he practices Business, Sports and Entertainment Law, and Human Rights Advocacy. He is also a filmmaker. Lastly, Saber is a staunch pan-african community activist and organizer in DC, Maryland, and various countries in West, East and South Africa
Currently, Saber is active and serves important roles in several organizations. As Executive Director for Kazi za Wahenga, a Maryland based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of people of African descent, he has developed and coordinated programs which includes: 1) African Birthright Tour; 2) Swahili Language Courses; 3) Know Your Rights Classes and Criminal Expungement Clinics and; 4) Leadership Conferences.
Saber serves as a board director of The Tubman House, a community organization focusing on community development and re-entry of persons formerly incarcerated in Baltimore, Maryland. He has been interviewed by several media outlets, such as ABC, FOX, and the Intercept regarding his social engagements in uplifting and empowering the Black community. In 2017, Saber delivered a keynote speech on Leadership in Africa at the Great Lakes Peace Center Conference held in Kasese, Uganda. In 2018, Saber presented before several universities in Ghana on Entrepreneurship, Pan-Africanism, and Ownership of Resources through the LEC Group. In 2022, he presented on the impact of US racial discrimination before the United Nations at the Permanent Forum for People of African Descent.
As a filmmaker, after his first trip to South Africa in 2013 and witnessing drastic inequalities akin to what people of African descent in America face, Saber embarked upon making the documentary series, Afro-Hop: Politics and Hip Hop, focusing on the intersectionality of music, politics, and pan-africanism.
Saber’s awards include: 2018 Men Impact Change, 2020 and 2021 Washington Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division Rising Star and Best Committee Chair Awards, respectively.
Born and raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C., Saber earned his bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 2010 from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland and his Juris Doctor from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2015 in Durham, North Carolina.
Taalib Saber is the principal attorney at The Saber Firm, LLC, where he practices Business, Sports and Entertainment Law, and Human Rights Advocacy. He is also a filmmaker. Lastly, Saber is a staunch pan-african community act...