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The ABC of Oppression, Privilege and Unlearning: An attempt to simplify social justice for the masses

by Vaidehi Gautam* We coexist within a complex web of identities and orders, where each practice and concept have its own complicated history according to which a society tends to function. With advancement in the human intellect and an evolving… Continue Reading →

Brilliant Cartoons That Will Make You Think About Oppression Like Never Before

By Mayank Jain: “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”– George Washington Can someone’s expression become a cause of riots? Can a cartoon incite violence among the minorities… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi as PM will intensify #Vaw and State Repression #NOMOre_2014

Narendra Modi as prime minister would roll back women’s rights in India If Modi is elected, the many struggles rocking India – including violence against women and state repression – look likely to intensify Amrit Wilson theguardian.com, Friday 4 April… Continue Reading →

Black Trans Bodies Are Under Attack”: Freed Activist CeCe McDonald, Actress Laverne Cox Speak Out

Laverne Cox, CeCe McDonald on Facebook’s New Gender Options & How to Be an Ally to Trans People “CeCe” McDonald: Black, Transgender Woman Faces Murder Trial for What Supporters Call Self-Defense After serving 19 months in prison, the African-American transgender… Continue Reading →

Canada needs to recognize caste-based oppression as a form of Racism

by GURPREET SINGH on OCT 26, 2013 at 11:16 AM The Dalits, also known as Untouchables, continue facing discrimination in India and in Canada. NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ON DALIT HUMAN RIGHTS IT IS HIGH time that Canada, which claims to be a leader in human rights, follow… Continue Reading →

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