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A horrific 2012 gang rape in New Delhi sparked protests and legal reform across India. That's in addition to a constitution that's already one of the most progressive in the world on women's rights. So why is sexual violence in India still so prevalent? Hint: The patriarchy.
In this episode: Kalpana Sharma (@kalpana1947), a journalist in India covering women's rights.
One woman reports a rape every 15 minutes in India
Kalpana Sharma's book: The Silence and the Storm: Narratives of Violence Against Women in India
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