A critique of spiritual fascism, this book written by Dr. Kancha Ilaiah, argues forcefully for social justice in India. Taken from selection of Dr. Ilaiah’s columns in popular Indian newspapers like The Hindu, the Deccan Herald, the Deccan Chronicles, the Hindustan Times, among other, and journals like Mainstream and the Economic and Political Weekly. Combative, heartfelt, intellectually rigorous, these pieces present his vision of a more just society.
Author: Dr. Joseph D’souza
An Agenda for Dalit Emancipation within the 21st century. This 40 page monograph is a collection of contemporary essays written and compiled by Dr. Joseph D’souza, International President of the Dalit Freedom Network. Includes “I am an Ambedkarite”
Dedicated to all those who dream of the glorious New India where the oppressed castes and oppressed women will be no more and our main identity will be that we are simply and equally empowered Indians.
Internationally-respected human rights advocate and DFN International President Dr. Joseph D’souza recently released his second book entitled On the Side of the Angels: Justice, Human Rights and Kingdom Mission. The book is co-written by journalist and human rights activist Benedict Rogers.
On the Side of the Angels is an inspiring call to action and an update on the global state of Christian persecution and oppression. Jon Foreman, lead vocalist of the band Switchfoot, concludes, “Joseph’s words continue to pull all of us towards the only appropriate response, sounding the alarm for love in action.”
A Must-Read New E-Book by Oliver D’Souza for $13.95 Also Includes a Complete E-Text of Manusmirti’s “The Laws of Manu”
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A best-seller in India, Dr. Kancha Ilaiah, a Dalit scholar, takes us on a journey to show that Dalits are not Hindus, despite what the Brahmin tell them.
“A Sudra (backwards caste) critique of Hindutva philosophy, culture and political economy. Dr. Ilaiah writes with passionate anger, laced with sarcasm, on the situation in India today.“The book is a welcome weapon in the non-brahmin armoury.”
-Sanghamitra, Indian Review of Books