This series includes mapping, articles, narratives, interviews, and photo stories as we hope to paint a broader picture of what socio-cultural, political, and legal implications come with labeling a community ghetto.
Aniruddha Mahajan introduces a critical aspect of Indian culture in which crimes are done in the name of honour and informal authorities are still governing peoples’ lives. He explains the phenomenon besides shedding a light on it’s causes.
The use of gendered language has a huge impact on the way we perceive others and make sense of the world. This paper attempts to bring together the language that women listen to all their lives and its impact.
In 1971, John Lennon and Yoko Ono were interviewed by the socialist newspaper The Red Mole, where they talked about their opposition to the establishment, and the necessity of social and cultural revolution.