Articles exploring social trends and activities in Bengaluru, art and culture as well as issues of rights and equality cutting across economic and community groups in the city.
Far from the surprise that the record-breaking anti-CAA protests of December and January evoked in the community, Bengaluru has always had a vibrant history of united struggles. What’s more, the geographies and alliances that were formed during the Freedom struggle a century ago, continue to echo in modern day Bengaluru.
A week before Women’s Day, women from different walks of life came together to make themselves heard against sexual violence. They sang, danced, told stories, stitched a quilt, posted notes and bonded with each other. The highlight of the event was that they eliminated jargon from their language of liberation.