Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

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(journalist, author)
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Bornborn 10 December 1949
Kampala, Uganda
ReligionIslam
Member ofBritish-American Project
British establishment Muslim journalist.

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (née Damji) is a British journalist and author, who describes herself as "a leftie liberal, anti-racist, feminist, Muslim".[1] A regular columnist for the i newspaper and the London Evening Standard,[2] she is a well-known commentator on immigration, diversity, and multiculturalism issues.[3][4]

Funded by the CIA

The British-American Project includes a number of prominent UK and US journalists and broadcasters among its membership. UK journalist, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, told The Guardian of one BAP conference:

“The amount of drink, the way you were treated, the dinners with everyone who was anyone used to come a lot. It was money that I’d never seen at any conference before. We used to joke, ‘this is obviously funded by the CIA'.”[5]

Other interests

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is a founding member of British Muslims for Secular Democracy.[6] She is also a patron of the SI Leeds Literary Prize.[7]


References

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