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Joopaka Subhadra on Rape, Caste, Feminism and Dalit Movement

For a new world and an egalitarian society, since the time of Buddhism till today – with the hope that a new world will emerge, that a democratic society will emerge, that a just society will emerge – whenever anyone came together for an egalitarian society, the first people to come forward, to have been sacrificed, to have been killed and buried, were all the untouchables.
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S. V. Rajadurai on Rebranding Ambedkar, Reinterpreting India – Understanding the RSS Agenda – Part 1 – 2

Madhu Valmiki: We write our own destinies

Our work used to only be cleaning work. We are now trying to change that completely, and that is going to take time. It could take 5 years, 10 years, 20 years or even 50 years, but things will change. If not today, then tomorrow. Maybe it wouldn’t happen in our lifetime, until we grow old and die, but in our children’s time.
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“Before I go out, I’ll create as many Dalit women leaders as I can” – Usha

Grace Banu on Challenges of a Dalit Transperson in Education

It has been seen that when reservations are made for transgenders only the upper class transgenders benefit. The lower class transgenders don’t even get an opportunity to make use of these reservations, so we are asking for a subcategory in our reservation pattern which fits in based on economic needs just the way they have SC, ST and other categories.
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S. V. Rajadurai on Rebranding Ambedkar, Reinterpreting India – Understanding the RSS Agenda – Part 1 – 2