Article 17: Untouchability at the Tea Stall

"""He gives us tea in a plastic cup, never in a glass cup. he doesn't want to be polluted by us and says he won't serve in a glass cup because we are from the dome caste... when we ask for water, they give it in our hands."" The tea vendor doesn't let them stand close to the stall or give them tea in a glass cup, like everyone else. Article 17 of the Indian Constitution, make the practice of untouchability a punishable offence."
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Creating safe spaces to make the voices of women heard and can come together to discuss issues as they face, negotiate and challenge patriarchy.

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Manual Scavenging in India: Illegal, yet in Practise

 
/ October 17, 2019

In India, we continue to practice manual scavenging, a derogatory practice, confined to people belonging to lower castes and resulting in their deaths.

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