LaborImage via Jai Bhim trailer on Amazon Prime The Power of Persistent Presence in 'Jai Bhim' By Sunder John Boopalan The power of Sengani’s persistence is a source of inspiration for those on the margins to keep on keeping on.Image via shutterstockThe Liberating Message of Christmas By Sunder John Boopalan Liberation is not a side story but the main plot of Christmas.Image via Shutterstock Caste Is More Than a South Asian Problem — It Is a North American IssueBy Sunder John Boopalan Those who take the Dalit perspective detect forms of dominance whenever they exist. Image via Shutterstock Fragmented Solidarities By Sunder John Boopalan Forging solidarities as Dalit people, we often work with fragments.Image via Rajendra PuliDalit Aesthetics and the Pursuit of HappinessBy Sunder John Boopalan When so many of our symbols have been sidelined by casteist representations, excavating their beauty is not a straightforward process. Image via Shutterstock 'The Caste System Is Over' and Other Sayings to Gaslight Dalit People By Sunder John Boopalan The effect this sort of gaslighting has on our psyche is tremendous.Image via shutterstock The Ghastly Ghosts of CasteBy Sunder John Boopalan For me and my siblings, there are layers of trauma that are beginning to unravel.Image via Nabigal-Nayagam Haider AliDear Chithi: I'm Being Portrayed as the Angry Dalit Woman. What Should I Do? By Thenmozhi Soundararajan Instead of reforming savarnas, we must focus our attention on what our healing, our power building, and what real independence looks like. Image via R. V. Russell and Wikimedia CommonsIdentities Are Never Neutral By Sunder John Boopalan We are born into particular contexts with particular histories. Image via Nabigal-Nayagam Haider AliDear Chithi: I'm Struggling Financially and Scared to Talk About it By Thenmozhi Soundararajan 'The most important thing here is that your financial anxiety is not a fixed part of your identity.' Image via Mohammed Aqhib/UnsplashEmbodying Both our Dalit and Christian Identities By Sunder John Boopalan Boopalan Is it possible that our Dalit roots have caused a latent shame in us, somehow making it seem like we have to choose between our Christian and Dalit identities?