My excitement to be part of a diverse department fell flat when the reality hit that international students, for most part, are invisible on campus.
Authors are not obligated to create diversified characters. However, if a story involves racially and culturally diverse characters, authenticity should matter.
A Class X student and an aspiring filmmaker from Kochi shot a 46-minute-long feature film that highlights discrimination based on caste, class, colour and religion prevalent in Kerala.
On the many prejudices and false beauty standards that women grow up with.
Pecola’s obsession with ‘blue eyes’ in Toni Morrison's book resonates with Anglophile tendencies that I grapple with.
Once upon a time in a land far, far away, a young girl encounters the gatekeepers of beauty.