Radhika is a New York City-based civil rights attorney, writer and activist. She lived in the West Bank for over a year during the second intifada, where she documented human rights abuses and coordinated advocacy with the International Solidarity Movement.
Radhika has appeared on or in Al Jazeera English, Democracy Now!, Los Angeles Times, MSNBC, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and other outlets. She’s organized factory workers across the United States with the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Workers and supported indigenous rights and democracy movements in the Philippines, Mexico and Pakistan.
Prior to moving to New York, Radhika was a civil rights litigator in Los Angeles, where she represented clients in civil and constitutional rights cases involving discrimination, human rights abuses, torture and prison conditions. Radhika is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law and the University of California, San Diego.