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Mar 12, 2020
Talking politics to children: Hiding truths is futile; honest, sensitive conversations can help build empathyTalking to children is of utmost importance, not just to help them cope with what they may get exposed to directly or indirectly, but also to raise responsible, non-judgemental and inclusive human beings. If they are prevented from being exposed to conversations, they may become more vulnerable to biased information.
Mar 14, 2019
Artists Unite! Movement: At the Red Fort in Delhi, a creative protest against politics of hate and oppressionArtists Unite! was a nationwide creative protest, where artists across many different genres came together, on the same weekend, in 13 different cities across India, to stand up for democracy
Apr 11, 2017
'Islamophobia' Phobia: Politics of offence and the death sentence for debate culture in JNUJawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), which is known to be a contestatory space, such that even the subdued walls of the SSS canteen soaked in the sticking glue of the parcha-poster culture, seem to be shouting up at the smug building windows, engaged in endless debate.
Apr 15, 2015
21 married women in Chennai remove 'Thali' despite husbands being aliveTerming the "thali" or "mangalsutra", traditionally worn around the neck by married Hindu women as long as their spouses are alive, a symbol of slavery or oppression, 21 married women discarded it.
Oct 03, 2013
Photos: Reimagining Jesus as a modern freedom fighterThe exhibition strives to portray Jesus Christ besieged by missile air strikes, challenging norms of established power