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Long-Distance Radicalism: In Conversation with SAMAR’s Virtual Editorial Collective

Anantha Sudhakar's "Long-Distance Radicalism: In Conversation with SAMAR’s Virtual Editorial Collective," provides a glimpse of SAMAR's volunteer editorial collective, which has sustained the magazine over the past 20 years and contextualizes SAMAR within South Asian Diasporic progressive activism.

Out and Out Radical

New Directions for Progressive Organizing

The Oppressed Truth

"The case of Shumail and Shahzina illustrates creative and selective judicial enforcement in Pakistan. By jailing the couple for "lying," a court fails to acknowledge the truth of Shumail's gender identity."

Junglee Girl, Funny Boy

Novels by Ginu Kamani and Shyam Selvadurai

Stories from Coming Out, Coming Home

"Satrang hosted a series of writing workshops for members of the LGBTIQQ South Asian community to excavate and craft their personal stories. Sky Kishore's "Shatterproof" and Alicia Virani's "Founder's Day" were presented, along with the other participants from the workshop, this month in Southern California."

Talking Strategy in San Francisco

A conversation with Rinku Sen (Center for Thirld World Organizing), Sandip Roy & Dipti Ghosh (Trikone) and Jayanth Eranki (Coalition Against Communalism)

Tale of an Indian Lesbian

While the single unmarried daughters in the city's posh enclaves fall into dreams of securing rings from America-branded MBA sons of high status families, Charu lies tossing and turning under satin sheets fantasizing about hibernating in the folds of the supple sari clad bodies of women.

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."

The Politics of Self-Absorption

Experience versus Solidarity in Movement Dynamics

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