Black Lives Matter – for Pakistan's Sheedi community too

Two Sheedi girls in Karachi, Pakistan. Image: Luke Duggleby/The Sidi Project

Zahra Bhaiwala

Sikander Bizenjo

Advisory Council, Karachi Hub, Dawood Hercules Corporation


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