Asha Sawhney is an incoming PhD student researching migration and urban survival in South Asia. With a background in Iranian politics, she is an editor for an upcoming book on Iran's higher education policies. She seeks to build meaningful solidarity for ethnic and religious minorities across both regions.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaNo country for minorities: the inequality of state repression in Iran
To build a solidarity movement with the Iranian people, one must listen to the voice of Iran’s oppressed minorities.