Books are always burnt before / humans are put into the gas chamber - / A prelude. A Starter.
In Delhi’s Urban Villages, Struggles Change – But Continue Nonetheless
With traditional ways of life intermingling with a more urban landscape, problems of educational access, water resources and more continue.
A Visit to Delhi’s Villages and a Lesson in ‘Punishment’ Without Offence
Demarcated during British rule and largely ignored now, residents of villages in the national capital have been dealt with an unfair hand.
Post Cards on Press Freedom
On World Press Freedom Day, an artist’s tribute to all who are fighting for the truth.
Ayyankali, and the Story of Kerala’s First Worker’s Strike
Ayyankali and his fight for Dalit rights is yet another example of how freedom has always been earned and never given.
Mother Seems To Have Forgotten
A poem on constant vulnerability, and the fading lines between safety and brutality.
Insults, Isolation, Broken Friendships: Dalit Students Open Up on Caste Discrimination in US
The inclusion of caste in its anti-discrimination policy by the California State Universities is as a major triumph for activists.
Used Condoms in Your Hostel Room? Prepare Yourself for Public Humiliation if You’re at IIT-Madras
The administration has also levied a fine of Rs 5,000 on the student for owning cigarettes, matchboxes and condoms.