"The Battles for Justice: No Country For Women" is an illustrated dispatch from India on the women's struggle for justice from the times of the epic Mahabharata to the rise of a Hindu government and god-men in India. It's a personal and complicated reaction to the rare conviction of a god-man, who exploited women with impunity for more than fifteen years, and had goons, policemen and politicians in his pocket. His conviction resulted in the death of 38 people. In 14 black-and-white pages with illustrations and statistics, "The Battles for Justice" describes the nation's complex feelings about what the judgment and the subsequent unrest and killings mean for the women's struggle for justice in India and around the world.
The Battles for Justice: No Country For Women
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