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Sep 26, 2019
India's Got Colour: Nandita Das' video on discrimination based on skin complexion in society packs a heavy punchTo mark the special occasion of 10 years with NGO Woman of Worth, Nandita Das created a music video on skin colour discrimination, India's Got Colour.
Aug 07, 2019
Miyah poetry row: How to read public statements against the backdrop of the backlashBreaking free from the chains of an unequal relationship is never an easy task. If you dare to challenge the system, you are punished. This is the simple logic through which these systems reproduce. And this is exactly how Miyah poetry was responded to by those who speak as representatives of the Assamese society.
Jul 28, 2019
Miyah poetry row in Assam: Analysing the pushback through lens of attitude towards marginalisedWhile Miyah poetry enables the Miyah to aspire for freedom as a social being, it disables others who would enforce ‘coercion’ on the Miyah so that their sub-human existence continues.
May 30, 2019
Mumbai doctor Payal Tadvi's death has vital lessons for the anti-caste movement and its futureThe anti-caste movement, I guess, forgot to tell those like Dr Payal Tadvi, when they were alive, that it needs them — now and always; it forgot to tell them that their lives are precious.
May 17, 2019
The 800-metre race that is now a marathonArray
May 17, 2019
The rest of the world is no different from USMany of the world’s richest democracies have an obvious problem with women in politics
May 17, 2019
Sexism infects every party in IndiaSexist jibes at woman politicians that demean the quality of public discourse and strengthen prejudices are not about their abilities, but are attacks based on assumed gender characteristics
Apr 09, 2019
Understanding mental illness: When insurance and psychiatry meet, what language do they speak?Insurance companies think mental illness can lead to physical illness or accident, and consequently reject what are termed bad lives or substandard lives. This is not surprising; viewed as a purely capitalist enterprise, insurance companies can be expected to only seek profit
Dec 26, 2018
Immigrants with anglicised names face less bias than those with ethnic namesMany immigrants voluntarily change their name from their ethnic names to fit into a new community.
Dec 21, 2018
Trans inclusion at the workplace: How corporate India can play a role in setting up support systemsThere is a need to assess the actual efforts being taken by organisations to make workplaces inclusive. Mere tokenism is not enough