She The People

Written by Aakangsha Dutta Edited by Arya Khare and Tara Rai. For an eighteen-year-old who has always struggled with fighting back against the subtle suppression of a patriarchal society, watching the glass ceiling shatter, as a woman of colour, was riveting. When Kamala Harris, in her acceptance speech, commemorated her mother as well as the … More She The People

The Legacy of Savitribai Calls for Revolution Today

Written by Anandi Pandey, Hrishita Chaturvedi, and Ishika Kundu. Shabd, maati ki mahima ka bakhan nahin kar sakte, Dharti ka gahan anurag unse hai, Jo use apne pasine se seenchte hain. (Words cannot convey the glory of the soil. The land is fond of those who water it with their sweat.) – Savitribai Phule Savitribai … More The Legacy of Savitribai Calls for Revolution Today

Why Phoolan Devi’s Act Isn’t a Crime but Her Resistance.

Originally published on The Colourboard, 10th August, 2020. By guest writer Ekta Sonawane This article is a sequence of my previously published article, on the death anniversary of Phoolan Devi ‘Violence and Resistance’ What is violence? What is the intensity of violence in a women’s life? What role does violence play in the life of … More Why Phoolan Devi’s Act Isn’t a Crime but Her Resistance.

Why You Need to Read Yaa Gyasi’s “Homegoing”

By Kavya Mittal Homegoing is a beautiful yet haunting book that stays with you for a long time. It is a book you rant and rave about. It is an “unflinching portrayal of the slave trade” and explores its lasting impact down the generations – from 18th-century West Africa to the modern-day US. The title … More Why You Need to Read Yaa Gyasi’s “Homegoing”

An Interview With the Academic: Talullah Blanco

This interview is part of our series of wonderful feminist research work submitted to us in response to our call on social media, to centre the work of women and trans academics, as part of our Gender in Academia campaign. This is an interview conducted with Talullah Blanco, the journalist behind the first article in … More An Interview With the Academic: Talullah Blanco