This poem is like a letter to Rohith Vemula. A letter of how things are still the same but somewhere we still have hope to overcome, to write our …
Akshya Saxena’s book explains how the language in India, with all its elite trappings, is also ubiquitous and helps make sense of a chaotic world.
Payal Kapadia’s languid documentary is set against the background of current events but retains a compelling quality.
The reason our representation is so low is because upper-caste academia restricts our representation.
The Dalit-Bahujan-Adivasi community cannot afford to lose any more Rohith Vemulas and Payal Tadvis at the hands of the oppressor.
Dutt's book is humane in its assertion, extensive in its research and brilliant in its articulation.
It simplifies Ambedkar’s intention behind fighting for anti-caste rights independently without relying on the kindness of caste Hindus and feeding their saviour complex.
The Komal Sharmas are left free but someone like Safoora Zargar, who fought for democracy and love, is behind bars.