Monthly Archives: July 2019

Jul 8 2019

Resisting Empire in the Age of Facebook

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By Senel Wanniarachchi Across India, one of the world’s ‘fastest growing economies’, humans from certain Dalit castes work as ‘manual scavengers’ that rummage through and clean other ‘high’ caste people’s dry toilets and carry their human waste. The men often clean … Continue reading

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Jul 3 2019

#IAmTheSudaneseRevolution: Unfinished and in Need of International Outrage and Action

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By Sara Sajjad “The bullet doesn’t kill. What kills is the silence of people.” In April 2019, a viral image of anti-government protestor Alaa Salah chanting this line whilst standing on a car amidst crowds in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, captured … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by Madeleine Giles