Pink Saris (2010)
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Sampat Pal is an activist for women in a place where the rights of women are still a subject of debate. Pal live and works in India, and is the leader of a group called the Gulbai Gang, who stage frequent protests in support of the rights of women, the abolition of India's caste system, the banning of arranged marriages involving underage girls, and bringing the ugly truths about violence against women to light. Pal and her colleagues are recognizable by the bright pink saris they wear, and in a
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Sampat Pal makes her case again and again in Pink Saris, underlining that in India, domestic abuse of women is traditional and persistent. These women fight back for each other.
Tracks the birth of a women's revolutionary movement in rural India, radically redefining 'stardom' in bravely defying an oppressive world, and the critical importance of radio in rural activism.
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