Judging by appearance - 1919 magazine

'Naeema Yaqoob Sajid grew up on a council estate in Edinburgh and was told to set her sights on becoming a stay-at-home mum or a secretary. Now, after a long career in law – which saw her face countless social and cultural barriers as a young Asian woman – she has established an advice service specialising in diversity issues. She speaks to 1919 about the journey that led her to this point.'

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