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Amrit Wilson
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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Revolution is not a one-time event

Feature

June 2020

Akwugo Emejulu

Amrit Wilson

Lola Olufemi

Ru Kaur

Che Gossett

Feature

June 2020

This is a transcription of a live fundraiser event for Black liberation organised and hosted by Silver Press on 9 June 2020. ‘Revolution is...

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fiction

March 2012

Swimming Home

Deborah Levy

fiction

March 2012

‘Each morning in every family, men, women and children, if they have nothing better to do, tell each other their...

feature

September 2014

Missing Footage

Raphael Rubinstein

feature

September 2014

The discovery of absences (lacks, lacunae) and their definition must in turn lead the filmmaker as composer to the...

Interview

September 2014

Interview with Laure Prouvost

Alice Hattrick

Interview

September 2014

Laure Prouvost begins to tell us about something that happened this morning. She woke up with four vegetables on...

 

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