Interview with Prof Khalid Anis Ansari on the Pasmanda Movement

 

Round Table India

In this episode of the Ambedkar Age series, Round Table India talks to Prof. Khalid Anis Ansari, Director, Dr. Ambedkar Centre for Exclusion Studies & Transformative Action (ACESTA), Glocal University, Uttar Pradesh.

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The interview focuses on the Pasmanda movement, on the issues of secularism/communalism and on the upper caste hegemony in all political, cultural and social fields in India. The interview was conducted by Kuffir, Contributing Editor, Round Table India, and was produced by Gurinder Azad

In the Ambedkar Age series of videos, Round Table India aims to produce documentaries, interviews and talks on contemporary issues and debates from a Dalit Bahujan perspective.

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