'Standing at the intersection of race, gender and class, Southall Black Sisters have changed the landscape of feminist activism.'
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC
'A truly remarkable and inspiring account of the struggles of Asian women in domestic violence and the challenges presented to their families, communities and the state.'
Surinder Guru, University of Birmingham
'Engaging and revealing... I can wholeheartedly recommend this book to a wide range of readers. It will be of immense value to practitioners working in the field of domestic violence research and activism.'
Aisha Gill, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
'A refreshing antidote to the myth that everything is hunky dory in Black and Asian Britain. Every multicultural library, public and university should stock a copy of this brave book.'
New World: The Thinking Person's Paper
'Essential reading for anyone concerned with the intersections of "race", gender and class.'
Anthropology and Health