A poem on the blatant body-shaming a person has to endure when they do not fit within the ideal 'conventional beauty standards'.
Tag: racism india
Within and Without: A Northeasterner on the Sense of Belonging
As someone from Tipra community in the Northeast who grew up in Jaipur, I not only faced discrimination from those outside my community but also from my own.
Why the Fair & Lovely Rebrand is Too Little, Too Late
Fair & Lovely’s messaging over the years has always perpetuated skin colour as a measure of a woman’s worth. That damage will not be undone so easily.
Watch | Northeast Indians Say #StopRacism
'When a virus doesn't discriminate between the lives it affects, who are we to racially profile others?'
The Spirit of Republic in Vir Das’ Personal Love Letter ‘For India’
In one fell sweep, Vir Das addresses almost every strain of political struggle we are undergoing.
Not So ‘Desi’
On everyday racism that people from Northeast India face.