Richie Mehta’s show balances negative media narratives of the Indian police & catalyses empathetic conversations on their working conditions
Communicating a message through entertainment can be difficult, because you have to be careful not to preach to the audience.
In this episode, we get the chance to talk to Anushka Shah, who works as a researcher at the Center for Civic Media, MIT Media Lab.
Shifting the narrative away from the issue being purely a law and order problem
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with Anushka Shah (@anushka1991), a researcher at the MIT Center for Civic Media.
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Here’s why the #MeToo campaign should be looked at as an important moment reflecting a collective experience.
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Far too many movies portray taking the law into your own hands a solution for change.
Since the December 2012 gang-rape of "Nirbhaya" in Delhi, there has been a rise in coverage on issues of sexual harassment and violence aga…