The-Guardian-logoThenmozhi Soundararajan: fighting the Dalit women’s fight with art and activism, March 2015

“With fists in the air and placards in hand, women who have been raped, burned, stripped naked and set on fire have gathered around India to demand that their government acknowledge the crimes committed against them and work to stop other women from facing the same fate.

They are also fighting for their ancestors, who were deemed untouchable before the government abolished the use of the term in 1949.”

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