Leading Pakistani human rights lawyer and social activist Asma Jahangir died on Sunday in Lahore. She was 66.
A champion of democracy, Jahangir raised the voices of the marginalized. From movements to law, she inspired many to speak up — and loudly.
Bustle's politics editor, Mehreen Kasana, says that Asma Jahangir's influence shaped so much of what she's become today. And it started with parliamentary debate.
Marco Werman: So, growing up, what were your impressions of Asma Jahangir?