Future Lawyer in the Making

Zahara Madahah. My name is Zahara Madahah. That name is the cover page of a story that I often cannot believe I’ve made it through. This story was so cold that it can be numbing to tell. A story so dark that it has often made it difficult to envision the light at the end of this long tunnel. But I‘m still standing, and the chapters I’ve written are etched on my heart, for better or worse. Most importantly, this story is mine, and I own it. I work every day to ensure the next chapters are brighter and bolder than the last, and I won’t stop until the pages begin to reflect what my mind knows I can be. My name is Zahara Madahah, and this is my story.

I am 32-years-old, and in that short time on this planet, I’ve amassed a wealth of experiences that have increased my fortitude as well as taught life lessons. I have been divorced twice, and by the same man, at that. This toxic cycle has caused depressive states to become commonplace, and the prospect of a happily ever after to become more and more abstract as each day passed. As a single mother of 4 biracial children, each new day greets me with challenges that most people may stay glued to their mattress, hiding away from the realities of their life. But that isn’t me. I know I have so much to give, and I know the place I am meant to give it is at ***Law School***.

Pre-Order Kindle

My E book for my first novel is now* live and available for pre-order! I’m excited and I hope you all enjoy. If ordering the paperback copy, it will be available towards the end of next week for pre-ordering!


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Coronavirus Struggles

As a first responder (Police Officer) not having equipment can be scary and makes you feel under prepared. As the country mourns the loss of those who have passed due to COVID-19 complications as well as being quarantined inside, I want to bring awareness to any organizations that are in this fight. I will use whatever means to get messages out and help to our medical teams and first responders.

The first GoFundMe I came across is from an Emergency medical Doctor Anne Messman . She stated on her GoFundMe page, “The ongoing lack of personal protective equipment threatens this critical relationship. The purpose of this fundraising effort is to provide the equipment needed to sustain a face-to-face relationship between providers and patients in emergency care in Metro Detroit.” If anyone can donate or share this post to get the word out would be greatly appreciated.

The second GoFundMe I’ve come across is from brothers Matthew and Brian Loussia from Oak Park who is using their companies 3D printing to create face shields for medical professionals. If you can donate to this cause their GoFundMe is here.

Police Officers also need assistance, I will be reaching out to my departments media relations team in the hopes that we can start our own GoFundMe for supplies such as gloves and masks. My department has over 150 officers quarantined and several who have tested positive. We have lost a Captain and Dispatcher from this evil disease.

We are short on supplies and need assistance. We too are fighting in these front lines and not just dealing with COVID exposure. Fentanyl, shootings, domestic violence. Please don’t forget.

I will be updating this page when I can verify the sources of the GoFundMe request. Together we can fight this enemy!

God Bless us All and God Bless the United States of America 🇺🇸

Officer Z