Dharti Aba Birsa Munda: The Indian Tribal Freedom Fighter

Dharti Aba Birsa Munda: The Indian Tribal Freedom Fighter

Birsa Munda, a champion of the struggles of the Adivasis is highly relevant today as this is the era of displacements in the name of development.
Meet Priyadharsini: Filmmaker and Founder of The Blue Club

Meet Priyadharsini: Filmmaker And Founder Of The Blue Club

Priyadharsini is an independent filmmaker. She runs The Blue Club, an organisation committed to magnifying Dalit women’s voices and provides filmmaking mentorship.
#ViolenceOfSilence: Chennai Protests The Murder of Rajalakshmi, A Dalit Girl From Salem

#ViolenceOfSilence: Chennai Protests The Murder of Rajalakshmi, A Dalit Girl From Salem

Rajalakshmi was killed because she had spurned his advances; because she spoke about it. It is both a caste-based crime and a sexual offence that needs to be addressed at both levels.
#StopKillingUs protest

#StopKillingUs: India Rises Against Manual Scavenging

#StopKillingUs was organised on September 25, where people from all over India gathered to protest the deaths of over a 1000 safai karamcharis involved in manual scavenging.
Reservation In Home States: Why The SC Judgement Is Against The Spirit Of The Constitution

Reservation In Home States: Why The SC Judgement Is Against The Spirit Of The...

The SC judgement delivers another blow to the rights of marginalised groups in the country who might have benefited from reservation.
From Shankar And Kausalya To Pranay And Amrutha: Why Do Honour Killings Continue To Haunt Our Nation?

From Shankar To Pranay: Why Does Caste Extremism Continue To Haunt Our Nation?

In spite of the alarming instances of blatant caste extremism, Indians still claim to not comprehend the evil that is the caste system.
New Film Shows Barriers To Justice That Dalit Women Face In India

New Film Shows Barriers To Justice That Dalit Women Face In India

A short film produced by All India Dalit Mahila Adhikar Manch highlights the impunity of caste-based sexual violence and the barriers to justice that Dalit women face in India.
From Bollywood To The Great Indian Middle Class: Why Is Caste Continued to be Erased

From Bollywood To The Great Indian Middle Class: Why Does Caste Continue To Be...

In Indian cinema, caste continues to be wilfully erased and invisibilised as our society refuses to acknowledge its ugly casteist practices.
Periyar E V Ramasamy: A True Leader Of The Downtrodden

Periyar E V Ramasamy: A True Leader Of The Marginalised

When it came to the rights and equality of women in India, Periyar was a feminist at a time the word was still alien to India.
Ammu Swaminathan: A Woman of Undying Spirit and Determination| #IndianWomenInHistory

Ammu Swaminathan: A Woman Of Undying Spirit And Determination| #IndianWomenInHistory

Ammu Swaminathan bravely stood up against the injustice around her and actively worked to bring about structural change in the society.

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5 Feminist Economists Who Change The Way We See The World

5 Feminist Economists Who Change The Way We See The World

Here are 5 feminist economists who contribute in making economics acknowledge and address the differential impact of gender on individual lives and the on the society at large.

What Exactly Is Happening With Ishqbaaaz And Why Is Star India Still Silent About...

The makers of Ishqbaaaz have chosen a direction that does disservice to the female protagonist, the show, and everything the channel supposedly stands for.
6 Things Single Women Still Can't Do And It's 2018 | Feminism In India

6 Things Single Women Still Can’t Do And It’s 2018

The everyday discrimination faced by single women stands testimony to the notion that women ‘belong’ to, first their fathers and then their husbands. In the year of 2018, with all of us talking so vehemently against the oppression of basically everyone, the 71 million population of single women should not be ignored anymore.