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Dalit Women Fight!

A Panel Discussion on Caste-based Sexual Violence

This panel focuses on the current epidemic of caste­-based sexual violence in India. The connecting theme is the historic Dalit Women's Self­-Respect March. From 2014 to 2016, Dalit women are caravanning across India, breaking the long­standing silence about their social oppression and the Indian state's failure to provide justice on their behalf. This panel will feature three of the participants of the march as well as video clips from the documentary about this movement.

The discussion will be led by Thenmozhi Soundararajan, who recently received an Artist as Activist grant from the Rauschenberg Foundation.

Date: Wednesday, April 15
Time: 1:15 – 2:45 pm
Place: Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute


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