Harsh Mander:Six months on, India’s protesting farmers are creating history
As important as what they are fighting for is how they have chosen to fight, writes Harsh Mander in scroll.in
Navsharan Singh on why the State fears Women’s protesters in the Farmers movement.
Women are asserting their claim to the Public and the Republic – A searing interview with Navsharan Singh on newsclick.in.
A Million reasons to march: Navsharan Singh
‘The farmers movement is now a battle not just for peasantry, but also for justice and dignity’ writes Navsharan Singh in TheHindu.com
A day spent with farm protesters on the outskirts of Delhi: Natasha Badhwar
‘The farmers of Punjab may well be the spark that will ignite the inspiration we all need to see us out of the dark tunnel that the past few years have been.’ Natasha Badhwar writes in Tribuneindia.com
Women farmers at the Delhi protest ask, ‘What’s for us in these laws?’: Navsharan Singh
‘Though the agrarian crisis hurts them profoundly, women farmers and labourers have been written out of the debates about the sector’ writes Navsharan Singh in Scroll.in
Why the Farmers protests are a wake up call for the rest of us : Natasha Badhwar
‘Farmers protests are a contemporary example of the power of a peaceful people’s struggle against marginalisation’ writes Natasha Badhwar in tribuneindia.com
I may have resisted belonging to Punjab, it belongs to me : Natasha Badhwar
‘Dealing with the perplexity of having to choose one cultural identity when an individual belongs to multiple places.’ writes Natasha Badhwar in tribuneindia.com
Listen to the melodious voice of Poojan Sahil as he pays tribute to the farmers of Punjab protesting on Delhi’s Tikri border, against the 3 new farm bills. After facing water cannons and lathis of the police, the farmers continue their protest to become symbols of resilience and bravery. We stand in solidarity of the farmers fighting for their rights.