Documenting Caste and Discrimination in Academia

ekalavya speaks

(courtesy: Dalit Camera)

Rohith's brother Raja Vemula

and mother Radhika Vemula

leave Hinduism and embrace Buddhism

on 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar

30 April 2016

Sundaraiah Vignana Kendram

Baghlingampally, Hyderabad

10 am to 9 pm


"The Everyday From The Eye OfA Dalit Artist"


Protest against casteist EFLU administration

atrocity on Dalit scholar Koonal Duggal

“I can understand what he must have gone through. But no matter how much trouble I get into, I will not kill myself. I will live to fight. This is the message I want to give to Dalit students who are involved in a historic struggle in campuses across India.” -

Dalit student Hucchangi Prasad, who was abducted and tortured by suspected Hindutva activists. They were angry with his book Vadalu Kicchu (The Pain Inside) which is a trenchant criticism of the Vedic system.

Prasad is pursuing his MA in journalism at the Davangere University. His parents are day labourers in a small village 40 km from the university.

We request all the movements, organisations and individuals struggling across the country for annihilation of caste to contribute to this process of documentation by adding narratives, conducting fact findings, public meetings and open forums in and outside educational institutions.


the dalit scholar who has been "banned"

by English and Foreign Languages University,

for speaking and singing about Dr. B. R. Ambedkar

My Birth is My Fatal Accident
by University Community
"They tried to bury us, 
They did not know we were seeds"

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