Amrita Simla graced ACLU_Maine Holiday greeting card. We could not be more proud to have her reflect what we require in these trying times. Fortitude and perseverance to fight the good fight, fist raised for justice for all.

Read about the supershero origin story of Amrita Simla.

Khan, SK (2019). “Chapter 28: Supershero Amrita Partitioned Once, Migrated Twice,” In the anthology on Women and Migrations: Responses in Art and History. Edited by Deb Willis, Ellyn Toscano, Kalia Nelson. Based on the Women and Migration Conference held at New York University, Villa La Pietra, Florence, Italy.

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I am in the company of 42 women authors/academics/artists/activists/ thinkers: Sama Raena Alshaibi Grace Ali, Anna Arabindan-Kesson, Isolde Brielmaier, Kalia Nelson, Alessandra Capodacqua, Sandrine Colard-De Bock, Patricia Cronin, Arlene Davila, Alessandra Di Maio, Kathy Engel, Allana Finley, Cheryl Finely, Karen Finley, Tiffany M. Gill, Gayatri Gopinath, Marianne Hirsch, Jessica Ingram, M Neelika Jayawardane, Kellie Jones, Roshini Kempadoo, Sarah K Khan, Treva Lindsey, Bettina L. Love, Maaza Mengiste, Editha Mesina, Jennifer L. Morgan, Joan Morgan, Wangechi Mutu, Pamela Newkirk, Lorie Novak, Vanessa Pérez-Rosario, Misan Sagay, Sirpa Salenius, Gunja SenGupta, Debora Spini, Ellyn Toscano, Imani Uzuri, Cheryl A. Wall, Deborah Willis, Francille Rusan Wilson, Paulette Young

Shero Amrita Simla narrates short films. Watch the trailers.

Trailer: Indian Women Farmers Trailer to the Series

Trailer: Bowing to No One