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Caste and Climate Justice

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  Uday Kukde Many international environmental and climate change organisations like The Climate Reality Project, Greenpeace, Fridays for Future, WWF are doing a good job by raising the issue of climate justice. Climate Justice is one of the main issues we should talk about while advocating the climate change movement. These organisations also work through …

Assertion

A few words on the demise of Kalaignar by an Ambedkarite

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  Dr. Dhammasangini Ramagorakh Major states in India have one or two influential non-brahmin leaders and all of them are in their old age – like Sharad Pawar, Lalu Prasad, Sharad Yadav. (Mulayam Singh Yadav is also in my head, he has troubled Behenji so much. And because of Lalu and Nitish Kumar’s deeds Ram …

Features

Dalit Panther – The graph of courage of Mumbai’s youth

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J V Pawar This is a translation of a 1973 Dalit Panther pamphlet, the original in Marathi can be read here. Dalit Panther is a one and half years old today. In this period, its activities have silenced its enemies. Mumbai is the center of many movements today. And every person is carrying an activist …

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The Voice of Maha Dalit Women Must Be Heard!

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  Manisha Mashaal & Rajni Mishaal These are uncertain times where many in the marginalized communities all over  India are feeling anxious with the rise of atrocities and Brahminism in the country.  Of all the people who are facing the brunt of these attacks, I speak as a Maha Dalit woman and can say our …

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Land is not ancestral property, it has to change hands: Sivakami

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  P. Sivakami, a role model for young dalit adivasi and bahujan women, spent two days at the National Dalit and Adivasi Women’s Congress interacting with students and fellow activists. She is an ex-IAS officer, writer and politician who founded a political party, the ‘Samuga Samatuva Padai‘, to work ‘on the principles of Dr Bhim …

Thought

Kanshi Ram: Champion of the poor

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  Kanshi Ram will be remembered as someone who almost completely changed the rules of Indian politics over the last two decades. Few political analysts would disagree that his unique brand of social engineering and organisational skills succeeded in uniting India’s low caste Dalit community into a formidable political force in several states.