Pink Sari Revolution: A Tale of Women and Power in India

By Amana Fontanella-Khan

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The Pink Gang is a vigilante group of women dressed in pink saris who carry pink sticks. Their goal: to battle injustice against women in India. In this riveting, non-fictional account, journalist Fontanella-Khan, follows the case of Sheelu Nisad – a woman accused of a crime by a politician who sexually assaulted her. Obstacles for these women include India’s castes, corruption, and angry viewpoints.

Perfect for:

  • Supporters of women’s rights.
  • Anyone interested in India’s gender politics.
  • Book clubs – a lively discussion will ensue.
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