Indian women as environmental change agents in the country’s water crisis and sustainability efforts

“Change” refers to any deviation from accepted ways of life or established lives. Social change is the change in society at large. Robert Morisson MacIver defines society as a “web of social relationships” (1914). He suggests that “a society has no life but the life of its members, no ends that are not their ends,Continue reading “Indian women as environmental change agents in the country’s water crisis and sustainability efforts”

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Deconstructing Sexuality as an Indian Woman

“I didn’t learn to be quiet when I had an opinion. The reason they knew who I was is because I told them” – Ursula Burns My life has been full of events where I have been objectified and sexualized for who people see me as, a woman. These experiences that range from catcalling toContinue reading “Deconstructing Sexuality as an Indian Woman”