Finding a Voice: Asian Women in Britain

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Finding a Voice - Asian Women in Britain published in 1978 and winner of the Martin Luther King award, was, and remains, an influential feminist book. Based on interviews, discussions and intimate one-to- one conversations with South Asian women, conducted often in Urdu, Hindi or Bengali (if they were most at ease in these languages) and sensitively translated, the book explores what it was like to be a migrant, a worker, and a woman straddled between two cultures in late 1970s Britain. Through women's experiences, feelings and analysis of their own lives it examines family relationships, growing militancy at work, experiences of racist and misogynistic immigration policies, school life and also friendship and love.
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Weight 0.460000
ISBN13/Barcode 9781988832012
ISBN10 1988832152
Author WILSON, Amrit
Binding Paperback
Date Published 15th September 2018
Report Date 2023/05/17
Pages 270
Publisher Daraja Press