Mukami McCrum (born in the late 1940s) was born in Kenya but has lived in Scotland most of her life. She works for the Scottish Government as policy manager in Gender and LGBT Equality and Violence Against Women. Previously, she was the chief executive of Central Scotland Racial Equality Council and has brought her deep commitment to race and gender justice to many organisations, including Akina Mama wa Afrika, World Council of Churches, Responding to Conflict Trust. She is a founder member of Shakti Women's Aid, refuge for minority ethnic women victims of violence against women in Scotland. She has an MBE for her community and human rights work.
Listen to Mukami McCrum discussing the religious challenges she faced as a child, collective working, and racial and cultural differences in communication.
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