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The Hearing: Episode 57 – Gina Miller

For this week’s guest, threats to her life, staying away from restaurants and supermarkets and covering her face to go outside has been a reality since long before lockdown.

Yasmin sat down with justice campaigner, Gina Miller for a wide-ranging chat that covered the abuse of women of colour in the media, the importance of dialogue and empathy, and the lessons in resilience she’s had from her father and daughter.

Since she entered the spotlight following landmark legal rulings over Brexit, Gina has faced incredible scrutiny and has become, as one newspaper put it, “an easy target” for abuse. However, she talks about how she has been able to use her position to speak to many of her critics and hopefully help to transform their opinions and prejudices.

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