Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan is an educator, writer and poet from Leeds. Suhaiymah is the author of poetry collection Postcolonial Banter, co-author of the anthology, A FLY GIRL’S GUIDE TO UNIVERSITY: Being a woman of colour at Cambridge and other institutions of power and elitism and essayist in I Refuse To Condemn: Resisting racism in times of national security. She also hosts her podcast, Breaking Binaries. Suhaiymah’s work in theatres includes: A Coin in Somebody Else’s Pocket (Theatre Uncut); Whose Eyes Are These Anyway? (Albany); My White Best Friend (and Other Letters Left Unsaid) (Bunker); The End of Diaspora (Free Word Centre). She is currently an Associate Artist with Freedom Studios.