Women like Surya Rajappan, Aysha, Ladeeda, and the women at Shaheen bagh made thousands of men and their masculinity uncomfortable.
Locals of Shaheen Bagh area are sitting in the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and police brutality on the students across universities in India.
Considering India’s economic reality, one would begin to question how we were not able to see these numbers beyond the clouds of communalism and divisive politics.
People across India are standing in solidarity with each other in the face of the draconian legislations CAA, NPR, NRC passed by the Modi government.
A crowd of 250-300 people constituting womxn and the members of the LGBTQIA+ community gathered at the Chhatrapati Shivaji statue in Mumbai’s Dadar on Friday to protest against the nationwide implementation of the CAA, NRC and NPR.
A rally led by women, trans & queer groups against CAA-NRC-NPR was held on January 3, the birth anniversary of social reformer Savitribai Phule.
To say the least, Indian media has failed on the very soul of it. To be ‘the voice of public and not only present truth to public but also speak truth to power’ is what the heart and soul of such journalism.
The aim of these islamophobic judgements is to cover up the government's mistakes, and create hatred among Indians that fits a uniform and unconstitutional vision.
Not surprising to see Bollywood actors update their social media on an hourly basis but literally handful of them spoke up on the issue of CAA-NRC.
During one such protest on December 19th in Lucknow, social activist and Congress worker, Sadaf Jafar was arrested. Jafar was arrested while she was live on Facebook.