FayaRoseFaya Ora Rose Touré (born Rose M. Gaines in 1945) is an American civil rights activist and lawyer. She was the first black female judge in Alabama.

In 2003, she changed her name from Rose Sanders to Faya Touré, a West African name. In 2009, she resigned as the volunteer president of the National Voting Rights Museum, which she founded. She coordinates the annual Bridge Crossing Jubilee to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

She graduated from Johnson C. Smith University in 1969, and later from Harvard Law School.

She is married to politician Hank Sanders.