Prachi Noor was born and brought up in the midst of peasant struggles and women's movements in rural India. Inspired by the dedication of freedom fighter grandparents of India's independence movement, she grew up believing that change doesn't come without a fight. In the United States, she has been active with the anti-police brutality movement and has been at the forefront of the movement to stop the repression of Arab, Muslim and South Asian communities. She has been part of organizations like the Blue Triangle Network and Youth Solidarity Summer.

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