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Indian Injustices 2-Pack

Program #ROYA019-KAKS002. Recorded in Chicago, IL on March 01, 2013.

2 CDs

Arundhati Roy - Women & Resistance

David Barsamian interviews Arundhati Roy about the "juggernaut of injustices" in India including farmer suicides, government corruption and sexual violence directed toward women. Roy surveys the indigenous and grassroots resistance to dam projects, corporate government corruption and feudal landlordism.


Sanjay Kak - India: David vs. Goliath

The Biblical story needs no recounting. In parts of India today various Davids confront the goliath of the Indian state and large corporations. The people fighting back are poor, rural and marginalized. Many are Adivasi, indigenous. Some of the resistance groups, called Maoist or Naxalite,  believe in armed struggle. Others are using Gandhian tactics of civil disobedience and non-violence. Arundhati Roy, the well-known writer and activist describes the situation, “People are being driven off their lands by mining companies, steel plants, dams, and other mega-projects. They are putting their bodies on the line to prevent the takeover of their lands and the destruction of their culture and environment. And as the water tables are dropping and the minerals that remain in the mountains are being taken out, we are going to confront a crisis from which we cannot return.” David Barsamian interviews Sanjay Kak about his latest film and the situation in India.


Sanjay Kak

Sanjay Kak is an award-winning independent documentary filmmaker based in New Delhi. His work reflects his interests in ecology, alternatives and resistance politics and movements. His films include How We Celebrate Freedom and Words on Water. His latest film is Red Ant Dream. He is editor of Until My Freedom Has Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir.


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