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Christina Thomas Dhanraj

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Christina Thomas Dhanaraj is a 3rd generation Christian Dalit woman from Bangalore, India. She is a volunteer consultant for #dalitwomenfight, and the co-founder of the Dalit history month collective. Her interests include politics of identity/self-determination, allyship, and intersectional discourses between caste, gender, religion, race, and sexuality.

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Whom To Love?: A Cinematic Analysis Of Women’s Freedom To Choose

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Offbeat cinema has been covering the gaps in representing the agency and choices of women more realistically as compared to commercial films
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These are 20 Indian songs you need to listen to which will empower you and make you feel happy about being a woman.

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