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Noor Noman

MSNBC Columnist

Noor Noman is a freelance journalist in New York City who has worked as a writer, editor, producer and presenter. They focus on the intersection of culture and politics, particularly LGBTQ issues, feminism and race. Their coverage also focuses on South Asia, which led them to pursue an M.Phil. and a Ph.D. in South Asian studies at the University of Oxford. They have worked at Bloomberg, Mic, Brut and The Juggernaut, among other places.

 

Noor Noman is a freelance journalist in New York City who has worked as a writer, editor, producer and presenter. They focus on the intersection of culture and politics, particularly LGBTQ issues, feminism and race. Their coverage also focuses on South Asia, which led them to pursue an M.Phil. and a Ph.D. in South Asian studies at the University of Oxford. They have worked at Bloomberg, Mic, Brut and The Juggernaut, among other places.

 

Latest from Noor Noman

4d ago

Here’s another reminder that a racist British monarchy can’t be modernized

A former lady-in-waiting to the late queen resigned from Buckingham Palace after touching a Black woman's hair and inappropriately questioning her.
5d ago

LGBTQ people deserve more than this weak Respect for Marriage bill

The Respect for Marriage Act in support of same-sex marriage passes after Tuesday Senate vote. Democrats in the House have to approve, then Joe Biden will sign.
26d ago

With Elon Musk, Twitter is becoming an even more hostile place

What Elon Musk is doing to Twitter with mass layoffs and an overhaul of its operations will make the platform more hostile to marginalized people.
1080d ago

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's death sentence for treason is a win for democracy

It is the first time in the country’s history that a military leader has faced any kind of accountability for a coup or a dictatorship.
1206d ago

Trump — and the world — can only ignore India's oppression of Kashmir for so long

Kashmir is a percolating consequence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who, much like Trump, tears at the fabric of democracy, pluralism and security.