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Check your privilege please.
Her struggle is one of both caste and gender.
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'Some people level all kinds of allegations against me because they cannot digest that I am pro-dalit'
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Education doesn't seem to have ended discrimination.
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The Marathi love saga Sairat provides the 2016 status update to a cinematic discussion that began with the release, in 1936, of what is considered the first Indian movie to explicitly handle inter-caste relationships, Achhut Kanya. And well, the status update clearly reads: Hardly any progress.
A young Dalit clerk employed at an Ahmedabad court killed himself by hanging at his home on Sunday evening, after being allegedly harassed and discriminated by five colleagues at his workplace, accord...
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LUCKNOW -- BJP state Mahila Morcha chief Madhu Mishra was today expelled from the party for six years over a controversial statement made by her in Aligarh recently. Taking strong note of her remarks,...
As you scroll down your social media feeds, you might see numerous posts about women, minorities or other marginalized groups facing discrimination. When coming across such discussions, do you ever feel that these people seem obsessed with non-existent issues? Do you lament that they are playing the 'caste card', 'playing victim', or engaging in 'reverse racism'. Do you think that if one goes looking for oppression they will find oppression? If your answers are mostly yes, this article is for you.
Roughly a month back, students of a Karnataka government school were being prevented from eating the mid-day meal by their parents as the food was cooked by a Dalit woman. All those who wondered if t...