Activism

Anarchy in the Ranks

Building Sustainable Mass Movements

Kotis and Sexual Politics in Eastern India

"The males who take up the "Koti" identity are situated in a zone between mainstream masculinity and the highly marginalized Hijra identity, operating from the border of classes, communities and genders."

Here's Our Labor. Now How About Our Lives?

The Karma of Brown Folk and Passport Photos

Biopiracy: Let's BAG It!

A co-founder of the Basmati Action Group argues that the corporate rush to patent life is a new form of colonialism

The Organizer's Corner

Questions for Saru Jayaraman of Restaurant Opportunities Center - New York (ROC-NY)

Hijras, a Police Crusade and an Action

Bangalore, the new global city, is 'cleaning up' and police justify their brutality saying that they are just following orders. India has reached new heights of physical and sexual abuse and arbitrary arrests of hijras. But recent events have inspired the launch of the National Campaign for Sexual Minorities' Rights.

Destination Culture

A critical look at South Asian arts and activism festivals in North America

Transnational Tensions

Intra-movement dynamics in the campaign against acid violence in Bangladesh

Change We Can Believe In?

Obama's landslide victory marks the beginning of a new era, a moment of enormous possibility and for those of us fed up from the past eight years, long overdue prospect of change. But the change needs our continued efforts and work, unless we are willing to settle for another version of the Clinton years.

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