March 26, 2016
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has been commended for a landmark conviction that found the former vice-president of the Democratic...
Opinion
December 16, 2015
Gandhi famously quipped that when a woman can walk without fear on a midnight street, India would have truly achieved independence. In the...
blog
December 6, 2015
“Groped in a train between Bandra and Dadar. First class compartment.” - Mumbai “I was going to Shahdara metro station. On the way a man...
Reviews
September 24, 2015
This is a race critical review of the BBC documentary India’s Daughter . It seeks to examine the orientalism inherent in this documentary’s...
Opinion
September 11, 2015
The recent New York Times article “ ISIS Enshrines a Theology of Rape ”, exposing the group’s attempt to provide a religious...
Reportage
May 20, 2015
Paris, France: Despite an official end to hostilities in 2003, Eastern Congo has remained susceptible to proxy wars with continued fighting...
Opinion
November 16, 2014
It’s been harder than usual to ignore the devaluing of black womanhood in America. From video footage of a black woman getting knocked out...
Opinion
October 15, 2014
Tales of repression and subjugation are ubiquitous in the military-ruled northernmost borderland of India, the state of Jammu and Kashmir...
blog
September 24, 2014
Recent public scrutiny following several Title IX complaints and lawsuits at major US universities have forced campus sexual assault into...