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For a fistful of self-respect: Organised secular and religious ideologies and emancipatory struggles

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Round Table India We are happy to announce the first of a series of conversations between participants and stakeholders in emancipatory struggles of Annihilation of Caste and Racial Inequality.  Dates: 9/29/17 and 9/30/17. Location: Jackson, Mississippi. As members of marginalized communities involved in historic struggles of Racial equality and Annihilation of Caste, this is an …

Features

“Lack of strong Dalit movement in Gujarat gives RSS-VHP-BJP a free run”

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  Anoop Kumar Gujarat assembly elections are here, and Round Table India takes this as an opportunity to post an interview of French Scholar Dr. Christophe Jaffrelot that was first published by the Dalit students’ magazine ‘Insight Young Voices’ (Feb-March, 2008). This interview was taken by Anoop Kumar for the magazine on the eve of …

Thought

The Dalit liberation Movement in Colonial Period (Part II)

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Gail Omvedt & Bharat Patankar Continued from here. The Rise of Dalit Movements Though attempts were begun by the dalit castes from the late 19th century to organise themselves, the various sections of the dalit liberation movement really began to take off from the 1920s, in the context of the strong social reform and anti-caste …