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Christina Thomas Dhanaraj

Christina Thomas Dhanaraj is a Christian Dalit woman from Chennai/Bangalore, India. She is a volunteer consultant for women and minority-led initiatives focusing on social justice, self-determination, and collaborative models of scholarship. She is actively involved in the #dalitwomenfight campaign and is the cofounder of #dalithistorymonth. She is currently working in Beijing, China.

In depth

SWIPE ME LEFT, I’M DALIT

Posted Sáb 14 Abr 2018 - 07:10 | 3,961 views

Does technology and modernity dismantle hierarchies of social exclusion, like casteist and skin colour based discrimination in India? This is the question that is examined in-depth in this article that looks at the experience of Dalit women dating through apps in the Indian context, the roles that they are expected to play and how caste continues to play a role in romantic and sexual...

Feminist talk

Being Dalit, Doing Corporate (Women-in-tech)

Posted Mié 22 Feb 2017 - 11:09 | 6,230 views
Multinational companies often put in place a policy for diversity and inclusiveness at the workplace, but does this guarantee the everyday, actual practice of accepting people from marginalized communities, and especially women from such communities. In this article, Christina Thomas Dhanaraj, examines what it means to be Dalit in corporate India - the continued invisibilising of caste, sexism...