Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is a leading commentator on politics, multiracial societies, faith and human rights. She writes for The Sunday Times, The New Statesman and formerly was a weekly columnist for The Independent. She has won numerous journalism prizes, including the Orwell Prize in 2002, the Broadsheet Columnist of the Year in 2016, and the National Press Awards Columnist of the Year in 2017.
She is the author Who Do We Think We Are? (Allen Lane, 2000), an exploration of British identity; Mixed Feelings (The Women’s Press, 2001), on mixed-race Britons; The Settler’s Cookbook: A Memoir of Love, Migration and Food (Portobello Books, 2011); and Exotic England (Portobello Books, 2015), an illuminating portrait of what Britishness really means.
Alibhai-Brown is also the editor of Provocations, a series of short polemics published by Biteback, which includes two of her own books: Refusing the Veil (Biteback, 2014), and In Defence of Political Correctness (Biteback, 2018).
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