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Kushie Amin

Kushie Amin


Kushie Amin is a freelance writer. Her work has appeared in the Metro, Glamour (UK), Refinery29 and The Independent. 


Farida, an Afghan living in the UK and head of The Needy Charity, has done life-changing grassroots work for Afghan girls and women's education, something they have been battling endlessly ever since the Taliban's return in August 2021.

22 December, 2022

Whilst some may be celebrating Rishi Sunak as the first person of colour to become Prime Minister, Kushie Amin explains that his privilege and politics have so far proven that he is of no benefit to South Asians in the UK who face poverty and racism.

28 October, 2022

The social media platform TikTok has become an essential tool for millennials to creatively comment on global phenomena. Through whimsical and playful takes, Arab creators have been able to bridge gaps with the diaspora over their shared identities.

06 October, 2022

As evidenced by the country's most recent election cycle, both public opinion and political rhetoric are in agreement with their general distrust of French Muslims. This antagonistic environment has left Muslims feeling isolated, fearful and scared.

19 July, 2022