Rucha Chitnis is a San Francisco-based photojournalist and writer, whose stories highlight the power, dignity, and counternarratives of women and grassroots movements. Her photo essays explore how women of color, indigenous peoples, and farmers are reclaiming their stories, debunking the dominant victimization narrative, and shaping their futures and destinies by promoting women’s and indigenous rights, racial justice, and people-centered resiliency efforts. You can read her published stories and photo essays at A Woman's Lens. Follow her on Twitter: @RuchaChitnis.
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Sunday, March 20, 2016
How Women-Led Movements Are Redefining Power, From California to Nepal
In her essay “There is No Hierarchy of Oppressions,” black lesbian feminist poet Audre Lorde wrote: “I have learned that oppression and the intolerance of difference come in all shapes and sizes and colors and sexualities; and that among those of us who share the goals of liberation and a workable...