Evie Muir is a Domestic Abuse Specialist specialising in the experiences of “BAMER” (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee) survivors.
As a racial justice activist, her work is dedicated to platforming the voices of marginalised survivors, and has a keen interest in racialised and gendered trauma, and it’s intersections.
With over 8 years experience working in the domestic abuse sector, supporting survivors with multiple vulnerabilities, Evie now works with mainstream services to ensure they are embedding anti-racism and LGBT+ inclusion in their practice.
Evie is also the founder of Peaks of Colour, a Peak District-based walking club by and for people of colour only. Founded on the Black Feminist ethos of radical self care, the group aims to break down barriers to accessing nature, and offers a safe space for people of colour to enjoy the Peak District in safety and solidarity.