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Protest Diaries: Not in My Name, Break the Silence and More

A Live Compilation of Citizen Voices against Lynching

Here is a compilation of brief statements, videos, and photos from different locations from citizens who attended the protests in different locations against the hate politics around beef. They tell us why they felt it was important to protest against targeted mob violence, and of their own experience in their respective cities and towns which compel them to protest. [Last update: Mumbai 3 July 2017]

" A democracy can handle truant rulers. But a silent citizenry is its death."

At one shot we have shown that you cant determine the character of a mobilisation Valluvar Kottam, Chennai, Image Credit: Prem Kumar Sachidanandam

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Published On : 27th Feb, 2024

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