“We must continue to fight male oppression, but realise that our internal members can do almost as much harm to our cause as external enemies”
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is an award-winning, Ugandan-born author and columnist. Now a journalist, she has written for The Guardian, Observer, The New York Times, Time Magazine, Newsweek, The Evening Standard, The Mail and other newspapers and was a weekly columnist on The Independent for eighteen years. She was the first regular columnist of colour on a national newspaper in the UK, the first female Muslim too. She is also founder of British Muslims for Secular Democracy.
“Alibhai-Brown brings a terrific sense of purpose” – The Guardian