#MeToo narratives from Uttar Pradesh's hinterland: Laying bare the realities of a deeply patriarchal culture
Khabar Lahariya brings to Firstpost #MeToo Bundelkhand, an exclusive two-part series laying bare the realities of our deeply patriarchal culture, and how that plays out for working women in small town/rural Uttar Pradesh.
What has the #MeToo revolution missed? The women who live on the last mile — away from Twitter hashtags and ICCs — for whom the violence, the discrimination, the brutality of attitudes, is only too real. In fact, it is so everyday that it is almost banal.
Khabar Lahariya brings to Firstpost an exclusive two-part series, laying bare the realities of our deeply patriarchal culture, and how that plays out for working women in small town/rural Uttar Pradesh.
#MeToo Bundelkhand. The story of the year, the story that was missed. Coming soon.
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