Showing 4 Result(s)
Features

I Will Not Die a Victim, I Want to Live as a Leader~ Manisha Mashaal

manisha mashaal

  Manisha Mashaal Today, when I see myself as a national leader fighting a battle against caste tyranny, when I speak about changing the oppressive system, when I’m completely engaged with the reality of the ground level, there is only one thing that my heart screams for, that is justice! Whatever happens now, we must …

Features

Dalit woman leader not allowed to lead

default image

Translation by Lavanya Raj Bharathi  An atrocity such as this continues unstopped, only in Tamilnadu. This atrocity is yet another example for how caste inequalities run strong and deep in the state’s soil, like the roots of the Banyan. On Wednesday, the Kayaththar panchayat (near Kovilpatti) committee meeting took place in the panchayat committee office. …

Dalitbahujan Renaissance

Ayyankali: A Pioneer. A Revolutionary. A Hero.

ayyan

  (First published in INSIGHT blog) He was born on 28 August 1863 in Travancore, Kerala. He was one of the seven children of Ayyan of Pulaya caste (agricultural labour). Ayyankali grew up to be a tall, well built and handsome young man. He was known for his physical prowess and proficiency in the martial …