Dalit History Month
Anthonysami Alphonsa
Sr. Anthonysami Alphonsa Is A Dalit Nun Fighting For Thurumbar Community

Sr. Anthonysami Alphonsa is a dedicated and a brave nun who has been working for the empowerment of the Thurumbar community in Tamil Nadu.

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7 Highly Recommended Indian Educational Podcasts For All!
7 Highly Recommended Indian Educational Podcasts For All!

There is no age limit to learning, here are 7 Indian Educational Podcasts that are highly recommended for curious people of all age!

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The Iron Grip Of Casteism Is Choking Education In India!
The Iron Grip Of Casteism In Choking Education In India!

Reports highlight the prevalent issue of caste discrimination in rural schools, where generations of students have been subjected to such discrimination, even during activities like the midday meal program.

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Why Savarna Readers Must Read Yogesh Maitreya’s Memoir ‘Water In A Broken Pot’

"Death for Dalits is metaphorical. An 'Untouchable' never existed as a person worthy of respect from society or recognised as a mind. He was simply invisible, except when his labour was extracted, exploited and used for free…"

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Sujatha Gidla’s Memoir Shows That Education Can’t Cure The Caste-Gender-Poverty Curse
Sujatha Gidla

Sujatha Gidla's parents were both educated and worked as school teachers, yet, their caste followed them- they remained Untouchables. No matter how hard they worked, the family could not shake off poverty or untouchability.

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Dr. Anandita Pan Is Mapping Dalit Feminism And History!
Anandita Pan, Mapping Dalit Feminism, Aesthetics In India

For Dalit History Month, we spoke with Dr Anandita Pan to understand the path of Dalit feminism and the future of Dalit Literature.

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