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Avital Datskovsky
The Politics of Cultural Change

The day begins with a cup (or sometimes two) of chai, followed by the 2 kilometer walk to the school. During the morning assembly, the students are encouraged to announce…

Dylan Igoe
Mondays with Manish

Walking with Manish through the alleys of the slums of Ahmedabad, I am filled with envy and wonder. Each of Manish’s familiar steps is greeted by either a soft face…

Lakshmee Sharma
Of Boars and Babies (Part 1)

The 30 fellows scattered around the subcontinent met for the first time in three months this January. The location, astutely chosen, was amidst the Bandipur forests – away from the…

Sumedha Goswami
My World, My Eyes

They say picture says a thousand words. Well, I think a picture can express in thousand ways more than anything. It takes a lot to get the perfect shot and…

Audra Bass
Those Who Hunt Honey

It takes several hours. Hours to plan ahead with the right questions and to establish the right connections. Hours to drive out to the villages and hamlets hidden within the…

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