Suri Kempe Talks 9/11, Childhood and Fighting For Equality
Suri Kempe, President, Family Frontiers
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Suri Kempe is an activist who has been fighting for gender equality and equal citizenship rights for more than a decade. She’s been attached to various non-profits over the years, including Sisters in Islam and ARROW. She’s now the President of Family Frontiers. She joins us on the show to talk about her journey in activism, how 9/11 changed her life and her hope for the future of Malaysia.
Produced by: Dashran Yohan
Presented by: Dashran Yohan
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Categories: politics, government, Law/Activism
Tags: equal citizenship, social justice, gender inequality, citizenship, activism, family law,