What will we explore?
- Politics of experience and mental health
- The Caste system and the stories of resistance of oppressed caste groups in India
- Caste capital and its influence in therapy rooms, operations of a collective/centre, and narratives that are formed
- How does caste prejudice manifest in everyday personal and professional spaces?
- To learn practices and skills informed by anti-caste stance
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“The value of a man was reduced to his immediate identity and nearest possibility. To a vote. To a number. To a thing. Never was a man treated as a mind. As a glorious thing made up of stardust. In every field, in studies, in streets, in politics, and in dying and living.” — Dr Rohith Vemula
Our work has been inspired by the cultural movement and protest cultures of the Ambedkarite movement, and the inception of this course is a result of so many such stories of resistance and love from the movement.
Divya Kandukuri is an Ambedkarite feminist activist, trainer, writer and media practitioner. She is the founder of The Blue Dawn, a mental health collective that upholds anti-caste and feminist politics in its functioning. Read More Here
Raviraj is an occupational therapist, children's book author, supervisor, library educator and a teacher who believes that all the problems of this world are rooted in the structural systems of oppression rather than in communities or peoples bodies and identities. Read More Here