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Usha Narayane

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Rom Crime
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The idea of the vigilante draws out so many conflicting feelings for us.  In the movies the vigilante evokes images of justified revenge seekers going after those who have taken everything from them and we cheer! In real life we have seen white supremacists shoot peaceful protestors and plot to kidn
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The idea of the vigilante draws out so many conflicting feelings for us.  In the movies the vigilante evokes images of justified revenge seekers going after those who have taken everything from them and we cheer! In real life we have seen white supremacists shoot peaceful protestors and plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan in the name of vigilante justice and we are outraged.  So is the vigilante a hero or an enemy?  In this season of Rom Crime we hope to introduce you to a more complex type of vigilante.  The Survivor. Join us as we explore stories of people, who faced with no other option, chose to stand up and fight back.  In our first episode we share the story of Usha Narayane and the women of Kasturba Nagar who, after more than a decade of terror, reclaimed their town, their dignity and their voices.To donate go to: mnsfoundation.orgThank you to our resources: Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, Wikipedia, Aljazeera, The Gaurdian and The Caste System Explained.
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