Trucked: A Comic

 

Favita Dias and Anjora Noronha

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Favita Dias is an assistant professor in sociology who is trying to find answers to some obvious and non obvious questions with regards to her tribal identity and also trying to work for tribal welfare.
 
Anjora Noronha is an illustrator who works on a variety of projects ranging from comics and children’s books, to books about local histories and wildlife. You can see more of her work at www.anjora.in
(website under construction atm)

 

 Copyright of the images and comic belongs to the authors, please do not reproduce without their permission. 

 

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