Articles by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
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Words hurt and disable humans, sometimes even more than blows and slaps.
Clinton's vanity shines through in her new book, What Happened, which fails to answer her critics' questions.
There has been no national furore about this transgender model's right to free expression.
Don't ever believe that Buddhists are all calm and humane. Look at Aung San Suu Kyi's brutal sins.
Anti-immigration rhetoric and the demonisation of minorities by mainstream politicians is nourishing fascists.
These could be the last days of liberal democracy. Be very afraid.
Charlie Gard and his cause have been exploited by right-wingers and fundamentalist Christians.
I wasn't asked on key BBC political programmes during Brexit and this year's election.
Prevent is a toxic brand that destroys trust without delivering tangible results.
Exhibitionism, inebriation and faux sensuality means protagonists are dehumanised.
This year is the centenary of the Balfour Declaration.
Neo-fascism, among both white and Islamist communities, is not a minority interest.
William and Harry should now defy protocol and use the anniversary to restore the memory of their mother.
The Human Rights Act has made Britain a better country and us better people.
Without their interventions, the Brexit and Trump results might have been very different.
The Manchester atrocity shows up an unacceptable level of negligence.
They define what it means to be Indian more eloquently than any politician, journalist or novelist can.
I have met strident, purist Muslim women who justify violent jihadism and hate non-Muslims.
Young people are smart and serious about democracy unlike older men and women who have given up.
Trogneux was a drama teacher, Macron her young pupil. Then they fell in love.