Amrit Wilson is a writer and activist on issues of race and gender in Britain and South Asian politics. She is a founder member of South Asia Solidarity Group and the Freedom Without Fear Platform, and board member of Imkaan, a Black, South Asian and minority ethnic women's organisation dedicated to combating violence against women in Britain. She was a founder member of Awaz and an active member of OWAAD. She is author, amongst other books, of Dreams Questions Struggles — South Asian Women in Britain
(Pluto Press 2006) and The Challenge Road: Women and the Eritrean Revolution
(Africa World Press 1991). The first edition of Finding a Voice: Asian Women in Britain
won the Martin Luther King Jr award.
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