At the end of the 1925 movie 'Red Kimono,' the protagonist, Gabrielle Darley, throws away her garment and moves on to a better life. Real life is more complicated.
Anti-Stardom: Daft Punk’s Legacy of Technology-Assisted Public Engagement
Daft Punk’s anonymity was really a stroke of genius.
The Power of ‘Prachar’
By eagerly picking up the propaganda baton, mainstream media channels amplify particular angles of multi-dimensional stories with pre-defined conclusions.
Undead Chaos: Indian Newsrooms Today
A poem on the 'virus' that has afflicted newsrooms in India today.
Does Personal Bias Influence Your Work? Should It?
We need to find a balance between making ourselves heard and making only ourselves heard and seen.
Inside The Toxic Media Culture Of A Casteist, Islamophobic Local Daily
Say ‘hi’ to the local dailies bringing you 15-pages of propaganda each morning.
Women Against CAA, NRC: Breaking the Patriarchy From Within
To the women fighting oppressive regimes – both in their internal and external worlds – know that we are here and we see you.