Tag Archives: Gang Rape

India’s Daughter

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On APEX Express we speak with Leslee Udwin, the director of India’s Daughter, a new documentary of the 2012 brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old woman on a Dehli bus who died from the injuries caused from the assault. The film sparked massive debate: India banned it and many feminists critique the work. Padmalatha Ravi, Indian film maker and journalist, discusses her response within the context of India’s feminist movement. We also speak with the film director, Leslee Udwin, about her experience inside the jails, speaking with convicted rapists.

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Kunan Poshpora Mass Rape Investigation in Kashmir

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UC Berkeley lecturer, Huma Dar, discusses the recent court decision that is forcing the police in Kashmir to reinvestigate the 22-year-old gang rape case that took place in Kunan Poshpora in the Kupwara district of Indian administered Kashmir. There have been no convictions to date—after 22 years the victims have again taken their plea back to the court which is requiring further investigation. This edition of Kashmir Speaks aired on KPFA’s La Onda Bajita. The segment features Rasheed Jahangir’s song, Mayi Chani Rawam Raat Doh.

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