As Pakistan and India celebrate their 67th Independence days respectively on the 14th and 15th of August, tune in to our special feature with two inspiring Pakistani women who will share their reflections of growing up in Pakistan. Preeti Mangala Shekar sits down in discussion with academic and author Roshni Rustomji who grew up in post-Partition Pakistan, and with Rafia Zakaria, a Pakistani journalist and author of the upcoming book, the Upstairs Wife: An Intimate History of Pakistan.
On this show we also share highlights from the recently concluded Our Power covening in Richmond, that drew several hundred prominent social and environmental justice activists, organizers and community members.
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