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A women’s volunteer brigade organizes mutual aid in Kerala, India.

India’s COVID-19 crisis: A call for people’s unity

At the height of India’s COVID-19 crisis, some Chinese netizens saw retribution for the Modi government’s aggressive posture towards China. In this essay, Chinese blogger 红色卫士 (Red Defender) instead insists on internationalist solidarity and a distinction between the right-wing Modi government and the working class and low-caste peoples who suffer the most under his regime.

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Dee Dee Watters took over as publisher of TransGriot last fall and has been searching for an editor to carry on her friend Monica Roberts legacy. (Photo: Fajar Hassan)

The next trans griot

Few publications covered Black trans communities. After the death of Monica Roberts, TransGriot’s founder, the people she empowered grieve and begin to chart a new era.

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Narendra Modi at the BJP Public Meeting Public Meeting in Pune on 14th July 2013 (Photo: Wikimedia Commons - Narendra Modi)

Two agonizing years of devastation

Ever since the outbreak of the pandemic, first recorded in India end January 2020, this Modi government’s preoccupation had never been on combating the pandemic in right earnest and saving people’s lives but on continuing to relentlessly pursue the unfolding of the RSS project.

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