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Political correctness And Why We Need More Of It

We need to be comfortable with political correctness: so that we can challenge the status quo and help minorities prosper and exist without fear of being attacked for who they are.

Babytai Kamble: Chronicler Of Dalit Women’s Lives | #IndianWomenInHistory

Baby Kamble, affectionately known as Babytai Kamble once older, is best known as the author of 'The Prisons We Broke' and chronicled the lived experiences of Dalit women.

Why Is Media Coverage Of Violence Against Disabled Women Still Scant?

Responsible, ethical reporting of violence against women with disabilities, demand greater understanding of the broader context, empathy and willingness to report without creating ripples of sensations. 

गौहर जान: ‘भारत की पहली रिकॉर्डिंग सुपरस्टार’ | #IndianWomenInHistory

भारतीय संगीत के इतिहास की रिकॉर्डिंग से गुम 19 वीं सदी की गौहर जान वो हस्ती हैं, जिन्होंने भारतीय संगीत के इतिहास में पहली बार रिकॉर्डिंग की। या यूं कहें कि गौहर पहली गायिका थी, जिन्होंने भारतीय संगीत के इतिहास में अपने गाए गानों की रिकॉर्डिंग करवाई।

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