Signatories

Here is the current list of signatories to the statement International Community Condemns the Horrifying Violence against Dalit Women by Police-State in India

1731 signatories so far.

  1. Meera Karunananthan, Ottawa, ON, Canada, Professional, Blue Planet Project,
  2. Akanksha Singh, Khargone, Madhya Pradesh, India, Academic, DU,
  3. Anne Hall, Helena, Montana, USA, Professional, Msu Billings, This should. It be tolerated in any part of the world.
  4. Barbara Arizti, Zaragoza, , Europe, Academic, Universidad de Zaragoza,
  5. Robert Faure Walker, LONDON, - None -, Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  6. Stefania Arcara, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  7. Tamara Reddy, Johannesburg, Gauteng, Africa, Professional, ,
  8. Silvia Caporale, Alicante, , Europe, Academic, University of Alicante,
  9. Abhimanyu Singh, Darjeeling, West Bengal, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  10. Preeti Gautam, Delhi, Delhi, India, Professional, Private,
  11. Han Sol, , , USA, Academic, ,
  12. Jagriti Pandit, Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, ,
  13. Supana Bagdas, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
  14. Claire Wang, Marlboro, NJ, USA, Independent, ,
  15. 수영 박, seoul, korea, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  16. Anna Flintoft, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  17. Purna N, , , Europe, Academic, NTU,
  18. Bina Fernandez, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Asia/Pacific, Academic, University of Melbourne,
  19. Yash Srivastava, Alice Springs, NT, Asia/Pacific, Professional, Northern Territory Government, In solidarity with the Dalit women and men who have suffered and continue to suffer at the hands of the upper castes of UP and India
  20. Simonetta Falchi, Sassari, Sassari, Europe, Professional, ,
  21. Yeou-Shiuh Hsu, Princeton, NJ, USA, Professional, Central New Jersey DSA,
  22. Nina Banks, Lewisburg, PA, USA, Academic, ,
  23. MICHELLE HOLDER, NEW YORK, NY, USA, Academic, John Jay College, City University of New York,
  24. Hyunshin Kim, Gangdong, Seoul, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  25. Miles Reyes, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  26. Pooja Sivaraman, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, ,
  27. William Silversmith, Somerset, New Jersey, USA, Professional, Democratic Socialists of America,
  28. Joerg Nowak, Belem, Para, Latin America, Academic, ,
  29. Eugenio Guillermo Iglesias Díaz, Vigo, PO, Europe, Academic, Universitat de les Illes Balears,
  30. Dalit Solidarity Forum USA, Rochester, NY, USA, Independent, Dalit Solidarity Forum in the USA, Inc,
  31. Rashmi Singh, delhi, New Delhi, India, Academic, Jawaharlal Nehru University ,New Delhi,
  32. Jenny Manson, London, , Europe, Independent, ,
  33. Pawan Kumar, New dehi, Delhi, India, Professional, ,
  34. Alisha D'souza, Melbourne, Vic, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  35. Silvia Martínez Falquina, Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Europe, Academic, ,
  36. Monica Calvo, Zaragoza, , Europe, Academic, University of Zaragoza,
  37. Jasmeet Sahi, Melbourne, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  38. Rajeev Singha, Newcaste, , Europe, Professional, National Health Service, UK,
  39. Lotika Singha, Newcastle, -Choose a state-, USA, Academic, University of Wolverhampton, UK, This violence is historically rooted and it is long due to address it.
  40. Jayshree Singh, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, Academic, Bhupal Noble's University Udaipur, Indeed one of my research scholar's thesis to be submitted to the English Department, of Mohanlal Sukhadia University Udaipur is titled - Dalit Women Consciousness: A Critical Study in the Selective Dlit Women Writings has taken up this issue in investigation and discussion of the area of re study.
  41. Anoop Kumar, Agra, UP, USA, Academic, ,
  42. Bohae Kong, Goyang, Gyeong-gi, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  43. KATERINA KITSI, THESSALONIKI, , Europe, Academic, ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI,
  44. Devika Bhutani, Singapore, Singapore, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  45. Aaron Daouza, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, Saj accountants Pty ltd,
  46. Jaicy Kumar, Melbourne, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, , Justice should prevail
  47. Jinsook Kim, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA, Academic, ,
  48. Nate Rabe, Armadale, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, CARE,
  49. Molly Breen, Nashville, TN, USA, Professional, ,
  50. Spriha G, , , USA, Academic, NYU,
  51. Nora Sellei, Debrecen, , Europe, Academic, ,
  52. Christina Dokou, Athens, , Europe, Academic, The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,
  53. Maria Margaroni, Nicosia, Please select..., Europe, Academic, University of Cyprus,
  54. Alexandrine Guyard-Nedelec, Paris, France, Europe, Academic, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne,
  55. Adrian Dumitru, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  56. Prerana Reddy, Rockaway Beach, NY, USA, Independent, ,
  57. Rafaela Iacobescu Dumitru, , , Europe, Professional, University Graz,
  58. Tajender Sagoo, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  59. Susana Onega, Zaragoza, Spain, Europe, Academic, University of Zaragoza,
  60. Anu Mandavilli, , , USA, Independent, ,
  61. Khan Jooneed, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Independent, Writer and Human Rights, also Retired Journalist. India Civil Watch.,
  62. Anisha Palat, Edinburgh, , Europe, Academic, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom,
  63. Bobina Emeralds, , , Canada, Academic, ,
  64. Nimisha Nagalia, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, Alliance of Progressive South Asians,
  65. Wuirino Coelho, Las vegas, Nevada, USA, Academic, ,
  66. Mini Budhiraja, Vadodara, Gujarat, India, Academic, ,
  67. Rose Williams, Durban, KWAZULU-NATAL, Africa, Independent, Biowatch South Africa,
  68. Karen Llewellyn, Otley, West Yorkshire, Europe, Independent, ,
  69. m c, Paris, , Europe, Independent, ,
  70. Nidhi Kulkarni, Chiba city, chuo-ku, 4-20-10, Chiba, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  71. Param Roychoudhury, Boston, Ma, USA, Academic, ,
  72. Malachy Joyce, Edinburgh, Mid Lothian, Europe, Independent, ,
  73. Vira Sathidar, NAGPUR, MAHARASHTRA, India, Independent, IPTA,
  74. Moira Heuer, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  75. Preeti Vaghela, Dholka, Gujarat, India, Academic, HDRC,
  76. Piyush Jadugar, Amdavad, Gujarat, India, Academic, GMRA,
  77. Marx François, Paris, France, Europe, Independent, ,
  78. Vanya Walker-Leigh, Sliema, , Europe, Professional, self-employed, this horror must END
  79. Mariam Mayet, JHB, , Africa, Independent, African Centre for Biodiversity,
  80. Dev Desai, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Independent, ANHAD,
  81. Vachhani Kineshkumar, Rajkot, Gujarat, India, Professional, Azad Bharat, Keep it up
  82. Lee Kwangwook, Busan, South Korea, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  83. Milena Katsarska, Plovdiv, , Europe, Academic, Plovdiv University,
  84. Jaehoon Bae, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, Academic, University of Pittsburgh,
  85. Carlston fernandes, Melbourne, Vic, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  86. Michele Lobo, Melbourne, Victoria, USA, Academic, ,
  87. tati na, , , Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  88. Amir Karimi, San Antonio, TX, USA, Academic, ,
  89. Nivedita Saksena, Somerville, MA, USA, Academic, Harvard University,
  90. Yasmin Tambiah, , , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  91. Sanah Chauhan, Clayton, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  92. Vanessa Dsouza, Point Cook, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  93. Laura Pulido, Eugene, OR, USA, Academic, university of oregon,
  94. Anjali Ramachandran, London, , Europe, Professional, ,
  95. Nicholas Boston, New York, NY, USA, Academic, CUNY,
  96. Bettina Harmon, Denver, CO, USA, Professional, ,
  97. sara melasecchi, teramo, Italy, Europe, Academic, AVSI,
  98. Stefano De Angelis, Teramo, Italy, Europe, Academic, Queen Mary University of London,
  99. Sherry Millner Millner, New York, NY, USA, Academic, PSC-CUNY,
  100. Zehra Anwar, Chesterfield, MO, USA, Professional, ,
  101. Carol Anne Spreen, New York, New York, USA, Academic, New York University,
  102. R Banerjee, New York, NY, USA, Academic, City University of New York,
  103. Carl C, Jersey, New Jersey, USA, Professional, NA,
  104. Alissa Trotz, Toronto, , USA, Academic, University of Toronto,
  105. Kathryn Gillespie, Seattle, WA, USA, Academic, University of Kentucky,
  106. Kiran Ponada, Brambleton, VA, USA, Professional, ,
  107. Natalia Vargas Marquez, Greencastle, Indiana, USA, Academic, DePauw University,
  108. Jennifer Cohen, Cincinnati, OHIO, USA, Academic, Miami University,
  109. Harshat Verma, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  110. Maureen Kendal, London, England, Europe, Professional, Dreamstudio.io,
  111. Carol Lang, Bronx, New york, USA, Academic, ,
  112. Morgan Podraza, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  113. Alin Kujur, Indian, Chhattisgarh, USA, Academic, ,
  114. Sarah Annecone, Boulder, CO, USA, Independent, ,
  115. vandana Chaudhry, NYC, NY, USA, Academic, CUNY,
  116. Richard Carlson, Port Angeles, WA, USA, Professional, ,
  117. Nadia Augustyniak, New York, NY, USA, Academic, The Graduate Center, CUNY,
  118. Conor Tomás Reed, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Academic, Brooklyn College, CUNY,
  119. Shuk Ying Chan, Princeton, NJ, USA, Academic, Princeton University,
  120. Jim Fleming, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Independent, Autonomedia,
  121. Ana Marton, New York, NY, USA, Professional, ,
  122. Garnette Pereira, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, Professional, ,
  123. Saba June, Houston, Texas, USA, Professional, ,
  124. Keziah Ferreira, Stouffville, ON, Canada, Independent, ,
  125. Suman Gupta, LONDON, , Europe, Academic, The Open University UK,
  126. Namrata Shipstone, Melbourne, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  127. Prakash Sardar, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India, Independent, , Save Humen
  128. Madeleine Galvin, Washington, DC, USA, Professional, WRI,
  129. Ana Cabrera, , , Latin America, Academic, ,
  130. Aren Aizura, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, University of Minnesota,
  131. Cleta Furtado, Edison, New Jersey, USA, Professional, ,
  132. Linwood Tauheed, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, Academic, University of Missouri Kansas City/National Economic Association,
  133. Thomas C., , , India, Independent, ,
  134. Carl C, Jersey, New Jersey, USA, Professional, NA,
  135. Bimal Gadal, Kathmandu, Bagmati, Asia/Pacific, Professional, IDRC- Nepal, All forms of valance and atrocities against women and particularly against Dalit women in India and entire South Asian Countries should be stopped.
  136. Alisha Roopchand, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  137. Natalia Suryadharma, Ascot Vale, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  138. Yves Bent, Plano, Texas, USA, Professional, na,
  139. Carol D'Cruz, Melbourne, Viftoria, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  140. Zahid Ahmed, Burwood, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Deakin University, I strongly condemn the violence against Dalit women in India.
  141. Eva Hartmann, Cambridge, UK, Europe, Academic, University of Cambridge,
  142. Padmini Mongia, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, Academic, Franklin & Marshall College,
  143. Savio Montero, Melbourne, victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  144. Shakira Hussein, Brunswick, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Academic, The University of Melbourne,
  145. Paul Dudman, London, , Europe, Academic, University of East London,
  146. Anupama Rao, New York, NY, USA, Academic, Barnard College, Columbia University,
  147. Trevor Banerjee, London, Hounslow, Europe, Independent, ,
  148. Swapna Gopinath, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Academic, SIMC,
  149. nicolas Jaoul, , , Europe, Academic, CNRS,
  150. Nina Shipstone, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, International community, India hangs her head in shame owing to atrocities committed by the unruly & ruthless ‘junglies’ spawned by the current ‘jungle raj’ in the land.
  151. Alisha D'souza, Melbourne, Vic, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  152. Carlton Pereira, Singapore, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  153. Anna Yeatman, Blackmans Bay, Tasmania, Latin America, Academic, Western Sydney University,
  154. Rochelle D'souza, Frome, Somerset, Europe, Independent, , It is a disgrace that women cannot feel safe in their own homelands. Worse still the gross misuse of power, the injustice caused to the victims and their families. Ridiculous that you cannot rely on the police and government for your protection and safety. Something needs to be done.
  155. Frances Grahl, LONDON, London, Europe, Academic, SOAS, University of London,
  156. Marina Rimscha, Bonn, Germany, Europe, Academic, Bonn University,
  157. Nandu Bala, Singapore, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  158. Surya Simon, Norwich, , Europe, Academic, UEA, I condemn the atrocities against Dalit women and urge the authorities to take the necessary legal actions to bring justice to the families and the brave victims. Failing to take legal actions and seeing to it that suitable punishments (and then prevention) happen, these acts are no less than genocid
  159. Namrata Shipstone, Melbourne, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  160. Ratilal Chauhan, Birmingham, England, Europe, Independent, , Such barbarous acts against the exploited people must be stopped
  161. Arnold D’Souza, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, , This must stop.
  162. Jini Puthussery, Macleod, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Academic, , Stop the injustice!
  163. Femke Waaldijk, Amsterdam, Nederland, Europe, Independent, ,
  164. Sheetal Menezes, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  165. Salimah Valiani, Johannesburg, Gauteng, Africa, Independent, ,
  166. Runa Chakraborty Paunksnis, Kaunas, Kaunas, Europe, Academic, Kaunas University of Technology, I strongly condemn the atrocity perpetrated by Police and other State agencies upon Dalit and other minority groups
  167. Susan Buckingham, Cambridge, UK, Europe, Academic, Independent,
  168. Jayati Maity, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, IIT Bombay,
  169. Nikita Arora, London, , Europe, Academic, LSHTM,
  170. Ariana Crowder, Los Angeles, California, USA, Independent, ,
  171. Almuth Degener, Mainz, Germany, Europe, Academic, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz,
  172. Jenni Ramone, Nottingham, , Europe, Academic, NTU,
  173. Rimli Bhattacharya, Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, , We have to find ways of de-immunizing ourselves to violence on Dalits, Muslims, Tribals and all vulnerable sections of this country. The sensitisation must begin in a strong and sensitive manner from very early on at a collective and individual level.
  174. Syed Shah, Nottingham, Uk, Europe, Independent, Law society, India has become unsafe for minorities, dalits, women's. Occupation of J&K & crimes against human, Muslims being targeted day in & out. Political leaders of J&K in prisons far from kashmir. Yaseen malik is currently in Tihar jail unlawfully with no connection to his family.
  175. Dennis Mathew, , , India, Professional, ,
  176. Shobha Shinde, Dhule, Maharashtra, India, Academic, Organization,
  177. Dominic Costabir, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, ,
  178. Sarah Hyland, Emerald Beach, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Independent, , Pls stop violence against woman’s and children
  179. Mara Matta, Rome, , Europe, Academic, ,
  180. Manoshi Nath, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, ,
  181. bobby Singh, Castle Hill, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  182. Baishakh Chakrabarti, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, Academic, University of Pennsylvania,
  183. Rik Kang, Waverley, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  184. Sukhmani Khorana, Sydney, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  185. Venkat Narayanan, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  186. MAYA PANDIT, HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, USA, Academic, Retire from EFLU, Rape of Dalit women has the come the most widesoread and vicious weapon in the hande of the establishment. Must be fought with all our might.
  187. Suryakant Kamble, Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Social workers,
  188. Chandra sekhr Chakali, Tadepalligudem, Andhra Pradesh, India, Academic, Govt Degree College,
  189. David Lall, Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, ,
  190. Neeraj Bunkar, Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India, Independent, Independent,
  191. Vatsala Anekal, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, , Shame on our civilization and our administration. All we can do now is a speedy justice to the victim,s family
  192. Ruhi Lee, Melbourne, Victoria, India, Professional, ,
  193. Kayla Ferguson, Arvada, CO, USA, Professional, ,
  194. Sreejata Paul, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Academic, PhD scholar, IITB-Monash Research Academy,
  195. Debjani Sengupta, Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, I P college, DU,
  196. Bijender Singh, Sriniwaspuri, Delhi, India, Academic, Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur (Rewari) Haryana-123401, I Strongly condemn the inhuman attitude of police administration in case of Hathras Gang rape victim
  197. Meena Nallainathan, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  198. Karen Sommer, , CT, USA, Professional, ,
  199. Koonal Duggal, New Delhi, , India, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  200. Maha Chabbi, Tunis, Tunis, Africa, Professional, SPIL, Inacceptable, it has to stop. Equality for all
  201. Linda Seidel, Kirksville, Missouri, USA, Academic, Truman State University, "Women's rights are human rights, and human rights are women's rights," said Hillary Clinton many years ago, and I agree. Women of all classes must be able to use public transportation without experiencing violence or harassment against them.
  202. Mridula Chakraborty, Melbourne, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Monash University, This is the latest criminal caste-engendered violence that is the culmination of 3000 years of Brahminism, distilled in the crucible of Hindutva.
  203. Bittie Behl, Hopkinton, Massachusetts, USA, Professional, ,
  204. Hepzi Fonseca, Winchester, Massachusetts, USA, Professional, Optum,
  205. Rudra Kottu, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  206. Ray Bromley, Albany, New York, USA, Academic, University at Albany, State University of New York,
  207. Julia Earl, St. Paul, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  208. Burhan Malik, Toronto, ON, Canada, Professional, , Justice must prevail in the society. Why common Hindu people are silent... If not oppose the wrong now, tomorrow will be your turn.
  209. Mahbub Alam, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Independent, Progressive Democratic Initiative, Canada,
  210. Marcia Ishii, Berkeley, CA, USA, Professional, ,
  211. Marcia Ishii, Berkeley, CA, USA, Professional, Pesticide Action Network North America,
  212. Jacquelyn Zita Zita, North Branch, MN, USA, Academic, Women's Enrivonmental Institute,
  213. Lakshmi Nair, Littleton, CO, USA, Independent, , This is shameful and caste-based violence and violence against women must end. Brahminical patriarchy as a system must be broken down.
  214. christine harker, , , USA, Academic, truman state u,
  215. Helen Bartlett, Denver, CO, USA, Professional, Denver Public Library, This atrocity has to stop. The theme of state sanctioned violence is worldwide and needs to face its demise. Respect humans.
  216. Jayan Cherian, New York, , USA, Professional, Filmamaker,
  217. S.S.S.S. K, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  218. Vikas Dhiman, San Diego, CA, USA, Academic, University of California San Diego,
  219. Rowan Hellwich, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  220. Dolores Herrero, Zaragoza, , Europe, Academic, University of Zaragoza,
  221. Jaya Bhambhwani, , , USA, Professional, ,
  222. Divya Ramakrishna, , , Europe, Academic, , Crimes against India's women, especially Dalit women, has reached ugly levels of heinousness with state-sanctioned impunity under the RSS-BJP, only emboldened by a morally bankrupt majoritarian populism. Even a semi-functional democracy would've held the State & culprits accountable by now. Shame!
  223. Carol Gilbert Sacks, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, Independent, ,
  224. Divya Rao, Leamington Spa, , Europe, Academic, University of Warwick,
  225. Sher Khan, Austin, Texas, USA, Academic, Ohio State university,
  226. Nanda Moghe, Zurich, Zurich, Europe, Professional, ,
  227. MIreille Ribiere, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Europe, Independent, ,
  228. Navtej Purewal, London, UK, Europe, Academic, SOAS,
  229. Elizabeth Brownson, , IL, USA, Academic, AMEWS,
  230. Sandeep Bakshi, Rouen, Haute-Normandie, USA, Academic, University of Paris,
  231. Judith Misrahi-Barak, Montpellier, , Europe, Academic, University Paul Valery Montpellier,
  232. Meena Kandasamy, London, ENG, Europe, Independent, ,
  233. SUSHRUT JADHAV, london, , Europe, Academic, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON,
  234. Gloria Steinem, New York, New York, USA, Academic, Women’s Media Centet, India is my second home, I love the country, and hate this injustice to Dalit women.
  235. Zeno Bernhard, Paris, IdF, Europe, Academic, EHESS,
  236. Karen Culcasi, Morgantown, WV, USA, Academic, ,
  237. Elisabeth Moolenaar, Lakewood, CO, USA, Academic, Regis University,
  238. Jason Giovannettone, Silver Spring, MD, USA, Professional, BEGIN Inc,
  239. Lopamudra Basu, Eau Claire, WI, USA, Academic, University of Wisconsin-Stout,
  240. Hena Ahmad, Kirksville, MO, USA, Academic, Truman State University,
  241. Jonathan Sutherland, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Independent, Idolnomore,
  242. Kathleen Kamphoefner, San Rafael, CA, USA, Academic, Association of Middle East Women's Studies; Middle East Studies Association; National Communication Association (US), Dalit lives also matter!
  243. prapti giri, toronto, , Canada, Professional, ,
  244. Alberta Guerra, Rome, Italy, Europe, Independent, ActionAid,
  245. Bernard Dreano, Paris, , Europe, Independent, Center for international solidarity studies and initiitives CEDETIM,
  246. Veronica Quillien, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, , The brutal rape of the 19-year old Dalit woman and other women in India reflects the ills of a society that has forgotten that without women there is no life on earth. Women are superhuman. As such, they should be protected and respected for the gifts of life they give to each and everyone of us.
  247. Nicole Thiara, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Europe, Academic, Nottingham Trent University,
  248. Kristin Plys, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, University of Toronto,
  249. Nitya Rao, Norwich, , Europe, Academic, UEA,
  250. Allegra Dziedzic, , , USA, Professional, ,
  251. Nicholas Kinney, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Professional, ,
  252. Emily Fisher, GERMANTOWN, MD, USA, Professional, ,
  253. Colin McKenna, New York, New York, USA, Professional, ,
  254. Connor Corde, , , USA, Professional, ,
  255. Carol Hooker, Minnetonka, MN, USA, Independent, , This is so tragic for the women, their families and the country of India.
  256. Lalita Gajbe, Middletown, NJ, USA, Professional, ,
  257. Jenna Roscoe, , , USA, Independent, ,
  258. Amabile Casagrande, Radicondoli, Italien, Europe, Independent, ,
  259. Mary McKinley, , , USA, Professional, ,
  260. Lizzie George, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Academic, , No comment
  261. Darlena David, Richmond, California, USA, Independent, ,
  262. Patti Landres Landres, Wayzata, MN, USA, Independent, , Women being raped with impunity in India is nothing less than a barbaric crime and showcases the failures of India's government. I agree with every point being made in the statement below.
  263. John DMello, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, USA, Academic, PEACE, pbc,
  264. Maude Barlow, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Professional, Blue Planet Project, Please know the eyes of the world are on this terrible situation and take steps to end violence against women.
  265. Rajiv Leckraj, Atlanta, GA, USA, Academic, ,
  266. Maria Olivera, San Francisco, California, USA, Professional, Blue Planet Project,
  267. Julie Santella, Rapid City, SD, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  268. Sandra Whitworth, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  269. CARMEN WINANT, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  270. Faeza Meyer, Cape Town, Western Cape, Africa, Independent, African Water Commons Collective, I Strongly Condemns the Horrifying Violence against Dalit Women by Police-State in India
  271. Kathleen Daniels, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Minneapolis College, May there be justice!!
  272. Rajeev Tipnis, Needham Heights, MA, USA, Professional, BooleanFx,
  273. Faith Jones, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Professional, ,
  274. Suzanne Silver, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  275. Colm Holmes, Blackrock, Dublin, Europe, Independent, We Are Church Ireland, We strongly support the dignity and equality of women everywhere in the world.
  276. Elizabeth Hayes, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, Professional, Elizabeth Hayes, Psy.D., L.P.,
  277. Abilaschan Balamuraley, Hildesheim, , Europe, Academic, PoC Hochschulgruppe Universität Hildesheim,
  278. Laura Bier, Decatur, GA, USA, Academic, Georgia Tech,
  279. Gayatri Reddy, Chicago, Il, USA, Academic, University of Illinois Chicago,
  280. India Civil Watch - Montreal, Montréal, QC, Canada, Independent, ,
  281. Evren Savci, New Haven, Connecticut, USA, Academic, Yale University,
  282. Niyanthini Kadirgamar, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts,
  283. Padma B, Brookline, MA, USA, Professional, ,
  284. Robin Yokel, Denver, Colorado, USA, Academic, ,
  285. Amit Sen, Natick, MA, USA, Professional, ,
  286. Lisa Griffith, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, Professional, National Family Farm Coalition,
  287. Surekha Koppar, Kendall Park, New Jersey, USA, Academic, ,
  288. Lani Montreal, Chicago, IL, USA, Academic, Malcolm X College, We are stand in solidarity with our LGBT brothers and sisters as they condemn state-sanctioned violence against Dalit women.
  289. Monika Mitra, Newton, MA, USA, Academic, Brandeis University,
  290. Viraja Adur, East Brunswick, NJ, USA, Independent, ,
  291. Susan Thomas, SYRACUSE, NY, USA, Academic, Assistant Professor, Syracuse University, New York, USA,
  292. Baishali Bakshi, , , USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  293. Sayge Carroll, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Independent, ,
  294. Fariel Ali, Ottawa, , USA, Academic, ,
  295. Devyani Beltangdi, East brunswick, New jersey, USA, Independent, ,
  296. Fatima Fernandes, , Maharashtra, India, Academic, Crusveer Vikas Kendra, Need justice especially for the poor n the needy.
  297. A D, , , USA, Professional, ,
  298. Nancy Garner, Dayton, Ohio, USA, Academic, Wright State University,
  299. Jessica Barnett, Oakwood, OH, USA, Academic, Wright State University,
  300. Mathews John, Raidihi, Odisha, India, Independent, Catholic,
  301. Sheetal Chhabria, East Lyme, CT, USA, Academic, ,
  302. Keith Brace-John, London, , Europe, Professional, ,
  303. Nelly Stromquist Stromquist, College Park, MD, USA, Academic, University of Maryland,
  304. Pratap Dinahar, Gaithersburg, MD, USA, Professional, ,
  305. Gail VonHahmann, Worcester, New York, USA, Academic, ,
  306. Nayanika Panja, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, IGNOU,
  307. Lucy Szablewska, Durham, UK, Europe, Academic, ,
  308. Devika Dutt, , , USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts Amherst,
  309. Meenu Deswal, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, Academic, ,
  310. Meera Karunananthan, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Academic, University of Ottawa,
  311. Naidile Patel, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  312. Ann Schwab, Denver, CO, USA, Independent, ,
  313. Avisha Uttamchandani, Edgewater, New Jersey, USA, Professional, ,
  314. Rebecca Tarlau, State College, PA, USA, Academic, Penn State College of Education,
  315. Anicca Cox, , , USA, Academic, ,
  316. Jamie Beatty, Columbus, OH, USA, Professional, Retired State of Ohio, Keep your citizens safe. The dalit are deserving of protection
  317. Raju Nayak, Hyderabad, Telanganaa, USA, Academic, EFL University, I strongly condemn it
  318. Sonal Jagirdar, East Brunswick, New Jersey (NJ), USA, Academic, ,
  319. Ellen Fleischmann, Dayton, OH, USA, Academic, University of Dayton, Association of Middle East Women's Studies,
  320. Mridu Parikh, Nashville, TN, USA, Academic, ,
  321. Kathryn McDermott, Amherst, MA, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts,
  322. Bala Sethi, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, ,
  323. Chetna Grover, East Brunswick, NJ, USA, Professional, Indian Cultural Society,
  324. Cavery Bopaiah, Bengaluru, ka, India, Academic, retired, when will this stop
  325. Anil Abhang, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Non, I stand firmly against atrocities and heneous acts.
  326. Dr. Indu B Kurup, TRIVANDRUM, Kerala, India, Independent, University of Kerala, End this horrendous crime
  327. NIRUPA Joshi, Mumbai Bandra, , USA, Academic, Social institution, Justice has to be given by the govt
  328. sareen malik, , , Africa, Professional, ANEW,
  329. Bipasha Chaudhuri, London, London, Europe, Academic, ,
  330. Anindita Ghosh, Manchester, Greater Manchester, Europe, Academic, Professor of Modern Indian History, University of Manchester, UK, Shameful violation of human rights and disregard for principles outlined in the Indian constitution. To be categorically condemned in the strongest terms.
  331. Beena John, Tulsa, , USA, Academic, ,
  332. Antoni Verger, Sabadell, Barcelona, Europe, Academic, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,
  333. Divya Nadkarni, Haarlem, , Europe, Academic, University of Amsterdam,
  334. didier montillaud, St Leonards-on-Sea, , Europe, Independent, ,
  335. Sarah Plummer, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  336. Ghulam Mustafa, Mount Druitt, NSW, USA, Professional, , It is disgusting to know that most of our politician are either a criminal, rapist or a rapist protector. Where have our senses gone. How we are tolerating all this. Should we awake when it comes to us. Just select a politician of good character and protect our nation.
  337. Gloria Steinem, New York, New York, USA, Academic, Women’s Media Centet, India is my second home, I love the country, and hate this injustice to Dalit women.
  338. Gloria Steinem, New York, New York, USA, Academic, Women’s Media Centet, India is my second home, I love the country, and hate this injustice to Dalit women.
  339. Kaia Sargent, SAN FRANCISCO, California, USA, Academic, University of Amsterdam,
  340. Mario Novelli, Brighton, Sussex, Europe, Academic, University of Sussex,
  341. Kiran Sachdev, Mumbai, Maharastra, India, Independent, ,
  342. Randi Deguilhem, Bouc Bel Air, PACA, Europe, Academic, CNRS,
  343. Mariam Mayet, Johannesburg, ---, Africa, Independent, African Centre for Biodiversity,
  344. Sharayu Mapara, mumbai, maharashtra, India, Academic, ,
  345. Sharija Menon, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, ,
  346. Karem Said, , , USA, Academic, ,
  347. Maria D’mello, Pune, Maharashtra, USA, Academic, Academic,
  348. Françoise Wautiez, Toulouse, , Europe, Professional, ,
  349. Ambrose Pereira, Port Moresby, Port Moresby, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Don Bosco, Life is precious and sacred.
  350. Jan Patterson, Buckfastkeigh, Devon, Europe, Independent, ,
  351. Keith Brace-John, London, , Europe, Professional, ,
  352. Sambhavi Ganesh, Edinburgh, Scotland, Europe, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  353. Paromita Mitra, Lagos, Lagos, Africa, Independent, ,
  354. Neethu Nair, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, Academic, Anna University,
  355. Aravind Sreevalsan, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, Academic, Research Scholar, University of Kerala, I strongly condemn the authorities in their ineffectiveness in curtailing such repeated atrocities and I'm also anxious about the plight of India in the future.
  356. Lygia Fernandes, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Retired, No. Comments to. Offer
  357. Sara Manasseh, LONDON, London, Europe, Academic, ,
  358. Govind Pai, Mysore, Karnatka, India, Independent, ,
  359. Gita Shenoy, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, Disha Rehab Centre,
  360. Maria Daniels, , , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  361. Rachit Meshram, , , India, Academic, ,
  362. Jean Saldanha, Lier, Antwerp, Europe, Professional, Eurodad, End the climate of impunity. India, as a signatory of all Human Rights Conventions must live up to their obligations.
  363. Lilia Labidi, Tunis, Tunisia, Africa, Academic, Association tunisienne de psychologie de la santé,
  364. Subhasree Chattopadhyay, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, Gurudas college, The government has to be very strict about the maintance of law and order in the society. Any kind of violence or misdeed should be punished immediately
  365. Vandana Gawai, Mumbai, Maharastra, India, Independent, ,
  366. Ankur Roy, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Professional, ,
  367. Rukma Prince, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, Academic, University of Hyderabad,
  368. Rina Ganguly, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, ,
  369. Tulika Ghosh, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, Independent, My heart bleeds at the situation in india today. It has been getting from bad to worse. The divide, totally politically motivated, is being used to cover up the horrendous activities by the government. Fie upon the Government of India.
  370. Maya Bansode, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, Doctoral Research Scholar at TISS, Mumbai, Looking at the brutal caste atrocities, rapes, killing of Dalit women in India we can see how caste still exist & take modern form.Though there are legal provisions uppercaste men try to keep lives of Dalit under threat.Such mentality should be curbed through strict punitive action against culprits
  371. Vanessa Black, Durban, KZN, Africa, Independent, , Justice for victims is needed and an end to the deplorable state sanctioned violence against women and people deemed as 'other'
  372. Dominic Costabir, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, ,
  373. Vasudev Charupa, Banaskantha, Gujarat, India, Independent, ,
  374. Sunil Bhosle, Pune, Maharashtra, USA, Academic, University,
  375. Anand Veer, Pune, 411001, India, Professional, ,
  376. Arya A, Trivandrum, Kerala, India, Academic, ,
  377. Ritu Pharasi, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, School, Disgusted, horrified at the barbaric nature of the crime
  378. Shweta Pandharkame, UAE, Uae, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  379. freny Peddar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, , Glad to see this civil awakening happening in our country on this scale. We must spread it like wild fire all across our country and not stop here. Several other causes like freedom of speech, human rights, gender discrimination, must be addressed as well. Global support will also help.
  380. Vicki Graff, Columbus, OH, USA, Professional, The Ohio State University,
  381. Snigdha Sarkar, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Independent, Disability Activists Forum WB,
  382. Harvey Graff, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  383. Maya Bansode, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, -, Looking at the brutal caste atrocities, rapes and killing of Dalit women in India we can see how caste still exist and taken modern form. Though there are legal provisions but upper caste men still try to keep lives of Dalit under threat. Such mentality should be curbed through strict punitive actio
  384. Robert Romanowski, Manchester, CT, USA, Professional, ,
  385. Gaurishankar Nagdeve, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Indian Railways, I condemn for the above incident. These kind of incidents should not happen in future. This is the same less act done by the Police and Govt of UP. We all need to organise, raise voice and put out our strength before GOI so that the victim family get judgement. Thanks Gaurishankar Nagdeve, Mumbai
  386. Preethy Rao, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Academic, ,
  387. Rajesh Lakum, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Academic, ,
  388. Flavia Cerejo, London, England, Europe, Professional, Religious,
  389. F Kazi, Sacramento, CA, USA, Professional, ,
  390. Silloo Medhora, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, Retired, These people don’t deserve to live
  391. Agnes Dsouza, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, ,
  392. Raeshma Kousar, Bangalore, Karnataka, USA, Professional, Self employed, This is caste politics , as has ever been in our country. Depressing governance Shameful that it still exists And too many supportive of the same
  393. JEEJAm GHOSH, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Professional, ,
  394. haydar azzouz, Long Beach, California, USA, Independent, ,
  395. Leena Abraham, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, ,
  396. Rufina Fernandes, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, GTL infrastructure ltd,
  397. Shireen Gadiali, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, , There is no end to this torture. The behaviour of the authorities has been most unfortunate and uncaring.
  398. Thomas Crowley, Marblehead, MA, USA, Academic, Rutgers University,
  399. Sharad Raj, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Maharashtra, India, Professional, , I condemn any and all forms of oppression
  400. Manjul Misra, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, None,
  401. Sharad Raj, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Maharashtra, India, Professional, , I condemn any and all forms of oppression
  402. Griselda . Vaz Mu, Mumbai, Maharashtra M, India, Professional, , Condemned the atrocities in U P & the whole of India.
  403. Kathy Narney, Oro Valley, AZ, USA, Independent, ,
  404. RODA Billimoria Desai, MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, India, Independent, Retired, This horror MUST be stopped
  405. Supurna Banerjee, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, IDSK,
  406. Benita Benjamin, Pathanamthitta, KOZHENCHERRY, USA, Academic, ,
  407. Nandini Ghosh, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, ,
  408. Dipa Banerjee, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Professional, ,
  409. Sucheta Sankar V, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, Academic, Independent Researcher, The utterly callous and directed cruelty of the UP police has become a banal routine. It needs to be called out for what it is - casteism of the highest order. The only reason that they were able to disregard a Dalit female body, and the tragedy of a Dalit family is that the blessings of the system.
  410. Padma Velaskar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, Tata institute of Social Sciences,
  411. Christina Puntasecca, Huber Heights, Ohio, USA, Academic, Michigan State University,
  412. Amrit Kohli, mandurah, Western Australia, India, Academic, na, Strongly agree
  413. William Van, , , USA, Academic, ,
  414. Suad Joseph, Davis, California, USA, Academic, University of California, Davis,
  415. Nancy Gallagher, Newbury Park, CA, USA, Academic, UCSB,
  416. MJ Maynes, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  417. Amrita Mishra, EDMONTON, Alberta, Canada, Professional, ,
  418. Pinky Hota, Northampton, MA, USA, Academic, Smith College,
  419. S Hashim, , , USA, Academic, ,
  420. Pushpa S, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Professional, Swaraj Abhiyan, This unrelenting hate and bloodlust of the Hindutwa mobs must be controlled from their top Political/ Organizational Leaders.
  421. Sherry Vatter, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Academic, CSU Long Beach, Please protect and support women in your state.
  422. Robin Mitchell, Brooklyn, Ny, USA, Independent, , I oppose injustice anywhere
  423. Subuhi Ansari, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  424. Abdullah Zakria, , , Canada, Professional, ,
  425. Lizbeth Kollin, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Asia/Pacific, Professional, Women's Legal and Human Rights Bureau, In solidarity, we will resist!
  426. Women's Legal and Human Rights Bureau -, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Asia/Pacific, Professional, , End gender-based violence! Stop culture of impunity!
  427. Carrie Cabush, Seattle, WA, USA, Professional, ,
  428. Nageswarrao Jillepalli, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Professional, Retired cfp, Yes , terrible atrocities are being done against Dalita.
  429. Kathleen Daniels, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Minneapolis College, May there be justice!!
  430. Saqib Qureshi, markham, ontario, Canada, Academic, London School,
  431. Amanda Cantrell, Arvada, CO, USA, Professional, ,
  432. Elaine Giebenhain, Plymouth, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  433. Andrea Jacob, Chennai, TAMIL NADU, India, Professional, Movement specialist, We want justice and immediate action.
  434. Mamatha K, Pennington, NJ, USA, Professional, ,
  435. Lani Montreal, Chicago, IL, USA, Academic, Malcolm X College, We are stand in solidarity with our LGBT brothers and sisters as they condemn state-sanctioned violence against Dalit women.
  436. Saswati Basu, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA, Academic, Howard University,
  437. Shannon Young, Bloomington, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  438. J Hassan, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Professional, Director, Government & Corporate Relations, Public Interest Canada,
  439. Abdullah Khan, Mississauga, ON, Canada, Independent, Self,
  440. Heather Holley, Nerstrand, Mn, USA, Independent, NA,
  441. Mary Taylor, New York, N.Y., USA, Academic, Center for Place, Culture and Politics, City University of New York,
  442. Nancy Rafert, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Professional, , I know Indian society is complex, that it gave the world Gandhi, and I have an Indian friend who advocate s for women who suffer acid attacks. Nonetheless, it is my impression that Indian women face terrible persecution under unreasonable circumstances. The least powerful are the most vulnerabl.
  443. Gurmeet Kaur, PAKENHAM, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  444. Nyaradzai Changamire, Amherst, MA, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Dalit women's rights are human rights! Protect women's rights!
  445. Syed Sha Qutub, Munich, Bavaria, Europe, Academic, TU Munich,
  446. Daphne Brooks, New Haven, Connecticut, USA, Academic, Yale Univeristy,
  447. sandeep naidu, Houston, Texas, USA, Professional, ,
  448. Ram Mahalingam, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, Academic, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
  449. Kathia Johnson, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University, I stand in unflinching solidarity with the families and victims of these horrifying acts of violence.
  450. Sara Dehm, Sydney, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Academic, University of Technology Sydney,
  451. Anne Stavig, Lakewood, CO, USA, Professional, Lakewood,
  452. Adrija Dey, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS,
  453. Joel Lee, Williamstown, MA, USA, Academic, Williams College,
  454. Prakriti Mukerjee, Boulder, Colorado, USA, Academic, University of Colorado-Boulder,
  455. Barbara Van Dyck, , , Europe, Academic, Coventry University,
  456. Mirza Baig, Brampton, ON, Canada, Professional, , India should stop being the rape capital of world.
  457. Mridula Shankar, Richmond, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,
  458. Stephanie Shaw, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  459. Özge Altin, Uppsala, , Europe, Academic, Doctoral candidate, Uppsala University,
  460. Anna Fox, Chicago, IL, USA, Academic, ,
  461. Vinay Gidwani, , , USA, Academic, ,
  462. Christopher Queen, Wendell, MA, USA, Academic, Harvard University, Like the violent racism in the United States, which is allowed by corrupt officials and callous citizens, the escalating brutalization of Dalit citizens, particularly women and girls, is a growing plague at the heart of a nation claiming to uphold democratic institutions and humane values.
  463. julia watson, columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State Univ, The brutal gang rape and murder of a 19-year-old and other Dalit women are appalling, as is the ongoing violence against women and girls that is rampaging through India. As one of the great ancient cultures of the world, The Bharatiya Janata Party must reform profoundly or be replaced!
  464. Janet Rubinoff, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University, It is truly horrifying what is happening to dalit women!
  465. Dardaud Jean-Pierre, , France, Europe, Independent, ,
  466. Ashok Gurung, , , USA, Academic, ,
  467. Chrystal George Mwangi, Amherst, MA, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts Amherst,
  468. Erica Lloyd, Antioch, TN, USA, Independent, ,
  469. Diditi Mitra, , , USA, Academic, ,
  470. Shruti Jolly, Ann arbor, Mi, USA, Academic, University of Michigan,
  471. Elizabeth Downer, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Academic, MNN,
  472. Masano Huang, Cranbury, NJ, USA, Professional, Bristol Myers Squibb,
  473. Deeksha Nagar, , , USA, Academic, ,
  474. Rhoda Rae Gutierrez, Chicago, IL, USA, Academic, ,
  475. Janaki Natarajan, Putney, Vt, USA, Academic, Spark Teacher Educational Institute,
  476. Zoe Higgins, Wellington, Wellington, Asia/Pacific, Professional, Human Rights Measurement Initiative,
  477. Carolyn Prouse, Kingston, , Canada, Academic, Queen's University,
  478. Marit Hanson, Inver Grove Heights, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  479. Sahara Pradhan, , , USA, Academic, UMass Amherst,
  480. ASHOK Jakhu, Worcester, MA, USA, Academic, Jakhu clinical consulting LLC, In solidarity, Ashok
  481. Carlie And Gary Tartakov, Amherst, 01002, MA, USA, Academic, Iowa State University, End the caste system!
  482. Gary Tartakov, Amherst, MA, USA, Academic, Iowa State University,
  483. Afua Kudom, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  484. Chinnaiah Jangam, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Academic, Carleton University,
  485. kunal jiwane, malden, MA, USA, Professional, ,
  486. Lewanne Jones, Brooklyn, New York, USA, Independent, Autonomedia, These acts against a young woman, her family and community are heinous and reprehensible, the actions by police who exist to protect the people are equally egregious. The international community must be informed and must unite in opposition to the government of India which allowed this to happen.
  487. Elizabeth Clay Roy, New York, NY, USA, Professional, TakeRoot Justice,
  488. Carol Osler, Framingham, Massachusetts, USA, Academic, Brandeis University,
  489. Pierre Beaudet, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Academic, University of Quebec,
  490. Zhatsu Terhüja, Dimapur, Nagaland, India, Independent, AIFRTE, The largest Democracy India has become the most dangerous place to live in today
  491. Ritty Lukose, New York, New York, USA, Academic, New York University,
  492. Tanja Seppänen, Turku, , Europe, Independent, ,
  493. Nick Davison, , , USA, Professional, ,
  494. Virginia Suarez, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, KAISA KA (Unity of Women forNo Freedom), We Stand with Dalit Women against State Violence!
  495. Sanjeev Routray, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Academic, University of British Columbia,
  496. Indulata Prasad, Phoenix, AZ, USA, Academic, Arizona State University,
  497. Daniela Bezzi, Peschiera Borromeo, Milano, Europe, Independent, , I'm aware of the horrible violence that recently happened in Uttar Pradesh and I am grateful for this little opportunity of solidarity for what it is worth
  498. Gustavo Fischman, Tempe, AZ, USA, Academic, Arizona State University,
  499. Suraj Yengde, Cambridge, MA, USA, Academic, Harvard University,
  500. Taveeshi Singh, , , USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  501. Brahmajee Nallamothu, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, Academic, University of Michigan,
  502. Hang Le, Maputo, , Africa, Academic, ,
  503. Rebecca Hardin, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, Academic, University of Michigan, India has been and should be a beacon to the world of diversity, tolerance and resilience in democratic systems. sad to see it becoming known for brutality, injustice and hate.
  504. Alice Markham-Cantor, BROOKLYN, NY, USA, Independent, Feminist Research on Violence Collective,
  505. Judy Rebick, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, Ryerson University,
  506. Karon Jolna, CA, 91307, USA, Academic, Ms. magazine,
  507. Ayesha Vemuri, , , Canada, Academic, ,
  508. DINA SIDDIQI, New York, NY, USA, Academic, New York University,
  509. Steven Klees, Silver Spring, MD, USA, Academic, University of Maryland,
  510. Paula Chakravartty, New York, New York, USA, Academic, NYU and American Association of University Professors,
  511. Christina Ewig, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  512. Hugh McLean, London, , Europe, Professional, Open Society Foundations,
  513. Shailaja Paik, , , USA, Academic, ,
  514. Edith Lewison, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  515. Sarah Saddler, New York, New York, USA, Academic, Baruch College CUNY,
  516. Chad Clay, Athens, GA, USA, Academic, University of Georgia,
  517. Patricia Voke, Faversham, Kent, Europe, Professional, ,
  518. Samantha Iacovetto, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  519. Tyler Hui Mingalone, , , USA, Professional, ,
  520. Ishan ASHUTOSH, Bloomington, IN, USA, Academic, Indiana University,
  521. Maryam Yusefzadeh, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  522. Molly Farrell, San Marino, CA, USA, Academic, ,
  523. Thomas Power, Astoria, NY, USA, Professional, ,
  524. Ella Heaton, St. Paul, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  525. Esraa Al-Muftah, Vacnouver, BC, USA, Academic, University of British Columbia, Solidarity!
  526. Tina Maynor, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Edison High School, Minneapolis, MN, USA,
  527. Cameron Goodman, Brooklyn, Ny, USA, Professional, ,
  528. Roger Jeffery, , , Europe, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  529. Nivedhan Singh, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, Professional, Notes For Notes,
  530. Roja Singh, Rochester, NY, USA, Academic, St.John Fisher College,
  531. Jennifer Ramsay, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  532. Ananda Wiegand, Oakland, CA, USA, Professional, ,
  533. Isabella Isett, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  534. Brooke Camacho, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Professional, ,
  535. Emily Yeh, Boulder, CO, USA, Academic, University of Colorado Boulder,
  536. maria prodromou, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  537. Malaisamy Ramamoorthy, Ellicott City, Maryland, USA, Academic, ,
  538. Sylvia Vatuk, CHICAGO, IL, USA, Academic, --None--,
  539. Judith Nagata, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University, Toronto, Canada,
  540. Judith Nagata, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University, Toronto, Canada,
  541. Sofia Hafeji, London, Greater London, Europe, Independent, ૧૦:૧૦ Press (1010 Press),
  542. Kathrin Glendinning, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  543. Dena Farsad, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  544. elena camino, Torino, Italy, Europe, Independent, ,
  545. Jean Enriquez, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Asia/Pacific, Independent, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women - Asia Pacific,
  546. Kajri Jain, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, University of Toronto,
  547. Rahul Rao, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  548. Joel Simpson, Georgetown, Demerara, Latin America, Professional, SASOD Guyana,
  549. Saiba Varma, San Diego, CA, USA, Academic, University of California, San Diego,
  550. Leela Acharya, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Professional, ,
  551. Markus Kip, Berlin, , Europe, Academic, ,
  552. pramila aggarwal, toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, ,
  553. Varsha Bhatia, SAINT PAUL, Minnesota, USA, Professional, ,
  554. Varsha Bhatia, SAINT PAUL, Minnesota, USA, Professional, ,
  555. Pavithra Vasudevan, Austin, TX, USA, Academic, The University of Texas at Austin,
  556. Seema Giha, Gurgaon, Harayana, India, Professional, Independent Journalist, Sure government can't stop rape but an administration which supports the criminals is as complicit. The anti Dalit credentials of the UP government is well established.
  557. Margaret Price, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State,
  558. Danuta Radzik, Georgetown, Demerara Mahaica, Latin America, Professional, Help & Shelter, This is shameful, racist, criminal and inhumane and caste discrimination. Perpetrators must be brought to justice including the instigators and all those who condone such human right abuse including the police. The government of India must respect the constitutional rights of all its citizens
  559. Manjeet Ramgotra, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS,
  560. ŞÖHRET BALTAŞ, Urla, İzmir, USA, Independent, SOCİALİST FEMİNİST COLLECTİVE,
  561. jane kalmakoff, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Independent, ,
  562. Leon Sealey-Huggins, Birmingham, West Midlands, Europe, Academic, ,
  563. Morgan Beers, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  564. Shahnaz Stri, , , Canada, Independent, ,
  565. Bonnie Zare, Blacksburg, VA, USA, Academic, Virginia Tech,
  566. Punam Khosla, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, ,
  567. Aavika Dhanda, , , India, Academic, University of Oxford,
  568. Elizabeth Weiser, Newark, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  569. Kamala Kempadoo, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, York University,
  570. Jasmine Dhaliwal, Manchester, North West England, Europe, Professional, ,
  571. Sinead D'Silva, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe, Academic, ICS-ULisboa,
  572. Polley Poer, , , USA, Academic, ,
  573. Jayanthi Lingham, London, London, Europe, Academic, University of Warwick, United Kingdom,
  574. Alan Farmer, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  575. Lucy Lynch, , , Canada, Professional, ,
  576. SOLIFONDS Switzerland, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  577. Jesus Chairez Garza, , , Europe, Academic, Manchester,
  578. stuart lishan, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  579. Bree Trisler, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  580. Ronald Aminzade, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities,
  581. Erin McConnell, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  582. Griffith Chaussee, Charlottesville, VA, USA, Academic, University of Virginia,
  583. Sara Crosby, COLUMBUS, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University at Marion,
  584. Pratap Jayaram, Chicago, Illinois, USA, Professional, ,
  585. Pallavi Gupta, , , USA, Academic, ,
  586. Feminist Studies Editorial Board, , , USA, Academic, , Our journal is the oldest journal of interdisciplinary women's studies in the United States, with a record of publishing on caste in conjunction with other categories. Our editorial board calls for urgent attention and action responding to the unacceptable levels of violence against Dalit women.
  587. Barbara Frey, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Human Rights Program, University of Minnesota, I am outraged by the impunity that allows these type of atrocities to occur against Dalit people, including women and girls. I would prefer to sign a letter with fewer specific demands, which require specific knowledge of laws and politics. I recommend circulating a more general statement as well.
  588. Virinder Kalra, BIrmingham, , Europe, Academic, University of Warwick,
  589. Judy Rebick, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, Ryerson University,
  590. Tahreem Alam, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, Independent, ,
  591. Mercedes Chavez, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  592. Mike Bierschenk, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  593. Nada Menzalji, London, , Europe, Independent, EXILED WRITERS INK,
  594. Isis Barei-Guyot, , , Europe, Academic, The University of Manchester,
  595. Sarah Neville, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  596. Peter Alldridge, London, UNITED KINGDOM, Europe, Academic, Queen Mary University of London,
  597. Human Rights Program University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA, USA, Academic, ,
  598. Elissa Washuta, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  599. Department of Women, Gender, Sexuality UMass Boston, Boston, MA, USA, Academic, Department of Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston,
  600. Sumanta Banerjee, Hyderabad, , India, Academic, Journalist based in Hyderabad , India,
  601. Deepta Chopra, Brighton, , Europe, Academic, ,
  602. Sadaf Rathod, MA, Amherst, USA, Academic, ,
  603. Katelyn Hartke, , Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  604. Laura Steinmaus, , , USA, Professional, ,
  605. Jonathan Parry, London, Greater London, Europe, Academic, London School of Economics,
  606. Jacob Risinger, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  607. Crystal Feimster, New Haven, CT, USA, Academic, Yale university,
  608. Martha Sims, columbus, ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  609. Bess Miller, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  610. Hans Lindahl, Tilburg, , Europe, Academic, Queen Mary University of London,
  611. Bhupinder Singh, Gurgaon, HARYANA, India, Independent, ,
  612. Kalyani Menon, Chicago, , USA, Academic, ,
  613. Lauren Squires, , , USA, Academic, ,
  614. Catherine Braun, COLUMBUS, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  615. Zoe Brigley Thompson, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University, We need to stand together against violence whether here in the United States (for example violence against BIPOC people by the police), or this horrifying crime in India, also impacted by institutional violences. We need to have conversations too about what healing and justice might look like.
  616. Tanzil Chowdhury, , , Europe, Academic, QMUL,
  617. Liz Miller, , , USA, Academic, ,
  618. Sonya Bilocerkowycz, , , USA, Academic, ,
  619. Megan Lemming, , , USA, Professional, ,
  620. Susan Oakes, Marion, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University, I stand in solidarity with the survivors and their families, and the families of the victims, of caste-based violence. I join the people of the world in condemning these crimes against human beings and call for justice.
  621. Babette Cieskowski, , , USA, Independent, ,
  622. Sandra Lackmann, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  623. John Jones, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  624. Elizabeth Falter, , , USA, Professional, ,
  625. Preethi Chandran Chandran, silver spring, MD, USA, Academic, Howard Uiversity,
  626. WGSS Department Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, WGSS Department, Ohio State University, The Department of Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies at the Ohio State University endorses this statement.
  627. Tahreem Alam, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, Independent, ,
  628. Leigh Rosenberg, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  629. Bria Hamilton, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  630. Shannon Winnubst, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, WGSS Department, Ohio State University,
  631. Lisa Albrecht, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, U. of MN, Emeritus Professor of Social Justice
  632. Catherine Davidson, London, England, Europe, Academic, Exiled Writers Ink, I have been reading about Dalits in Isabel Wilkerson's book, Caste. We should show solidarity with all marginalised people - who are being scapegoated by nationalist populists around the world. Their struggle is our struggle.
  633. Kathleen Daniels, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Minneapolis College, May there be justice!!
  634. darren patrick / dp, Toronto, ON, Canada, Independent, York University, City Institute,
  635. Caroline Skinner, Cape Town, WC, Africa, Academic, African Centre for Cities,
  636. Nikhil Mistry, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  637. Ananya Deb, Amstelveen, The Netherlands, Europe, Professional, , It was a heinous crime and an utterly shameful series of cover up attempts.
  638. Roger Cotterrell, London, Greater London, Europe, Academic, , The victimisation of women is a gross evil anywhere. So is the persecution of subordinated minorities. Worst of all is when these evils are combined.
  639. Bridget Diana, , , USA, Academic, ,
  640. Jon Galton, London, , Europe, Academic, ,
  641. Laura Ciolkowski, , , USA, Academic, ,
  642. David Grandouiller, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  643. Amy Shuman, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, OSU,
  644. Vinay pinto, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  645. Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Academic, ,
  646. NWSA National Women's Studies Association, , , USA, Academic, ,
  647. Nuno Ferreira, Brighton, UK, Europe, Academic, University of Sussex,
  648. Debangana Bose, Maynooth, Co.Kildare, USA, Academic, ,
  649. Arjun Appadurai, Berlin, , Europe, Academic, New York University,
  650. Eda Pepi, New Haven, CT, USA, Academic, Yale University,
  651. Teresa Gowan, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  652. Roxana Rycroft, London, London, Greater, Europe, Independent, ,
  653. Meena Dhanda, Wolveehampton, , Europe, Academic, University of Wolverhampton,
  654. Malini Ranganathan, Rockville, MD, USA, Academic, ,
  655. Alpa Shah, London, London, Europe, Academic, London School of Economics and Political Science,
  656. Mary Thomas, COLUMBUS, OH, USA, Academic, WGSS, Ohio State University,
  657. Marta Minetti, London, London, Europe, Academic, Queen Mary, University of London,
  658. Michele Wiegand, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  659. Palakkal Kabeer, Toronto, On, Canada, Professional, ,
  660. Eleni Karageorgiou, Lund, Sweden, Europe, Academic, Lund University,
  661. Alwyn D'Souza, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  662. Vidya Kalaram, , , USA, Academic, William Paterson University of New Jersey,
  663. Jocelyn Dow, Georgetown, Guyana, Canada, Independent, , It is time to meet your obligation to protect all citizens.and it ensure that there is justice for.all.women.
  664. John Faulkner, Hastings, East Sussex, USA, Independent, SOAS,
  665. Eleonore Kofman, London, , Europe, Academic, Middlesex University,
  666. Nicola Piper, London, , Europe, Academic, Queen Mary University of London,
  667. Kate Massarella, Arnhem, , Europe, Academic, Sociology and Development and Change Group, Wageningen University,
  668. Razzan Quran, Washington, DC, USA, Academic, ,
  669. Banu Subramaniam Subramaniam, Amherst, MA 01003, MA, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts Amherst,
  670. John Campbell, High Wycombe, England, Europe, Academic, ,
  671. Ankita Singh, , , India, Independent, ,
  672. Manya Budhiraja, , , USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
  673. Alice D, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  674. Jack Gieseking, Lexington, KY, USA, Academic, University of Kentucky,
  675. Richard Alexander, London, London, Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  676. Deniz Kandiyoti, London, UK, Europe, Academic, School of Oriental and African Studies,
  677. Anjali dalal, EDINBURGH, Edinburgh, Europe, Academic, PhD research scholar. University of Edinburgh,
  678. Shalini Nair, Brighton, Brighton, Europe, Academic, University of Sussex,
  679. Angela Last, London, , Europe, Academic, University of Leicester,
  680. Alan Dignam, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  681. Angela Last, London, , Europe, Academic, University of Leicester,
  682. Meera Sabaratnam, London, UK, Europe, Academic, ,
  683. Dawn Davis, London, , Europe, Academic, ,
  684. Janet Forsyth, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Europe, Independent, ,
  685. Jennifer Langer, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  686. Abhishek Nilamber, Berlin, , Europe, Professional, SAVVY Contemporary, Ajay Singh Bisht should resign! He is not fit for being a public servant.
  687. Arthur Augusto Catraio, , , Africa, Academic, ,
  688. David Gogishvili, Malmö, Vaud, Europe, Academic, University of Lausanne,
  689. Marie-Laure Basilien-Gainche, Lyon, , Europe, Academic, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3,
  690. Kristina Wejstal, Göteborg, Sweden, Europe, Academic, ,
  691. Ishita Mahajan, Edinburgh, , Europe, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  692. Vasudha Chhotray, Norwich, Norfolk, Europe, Academic, UEA,
  693. Caitlin Neill, Manchester, , Europe, Academic, ,
  694. Breffní Lennon, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  695. Emilie McDonnell, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  696. Jocelyn Hutton, London, , Europe, Academic, ,
  697. Elizabeth Hull, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  698. Sílvia Morgades-Gil, Barcelona, , Europe, Academic, UNIVERSITAT POMPEU FABRA,
  699. Carolus Grütters, Nijmegen, NL, Europe, Academic, Radboud University,
  700. Violeta Moreno Lax, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  701. Deana Heath, Liverpool, Merseyside, Europe, Academic, University of Liverpool,
  702. Behram Sidhwa, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Professional, Immanuel Krankenhaus Wannsee, ब्राह्मणवाद से आजादी
  703. Marco Nebbia, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  704. Jacqui Hemming, Llandudno, Conwy, Europe, Professional, ,
  705. Devanshi Chanchani, Norwich, , Europe, Academic, Brunel University, As an international community we must come together to note and protest against what is happening in India.
  706. Sruti Bala, Amsterdam, , Europe, Academic, University of Amsterdam,
  707. Rajanya Bose, Norwich, , Europe, Academic, University of East Anglia,
  708. Robyn Woronka, Hartley Wintney, , Europe, Independent, ,
  709. Mehri Holliday, Canterbury, Kent, Europe, Academic, University of Kent, I protest any form of sexual and physical assault on Indian women and want the laws to be changed for severe punishment.
  710. Jacob Copeman, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Europe, Academic, ,
  711. Roxana Banu, London, UK, Europe, Academic, Queen Mary University London, Faculty of Law,
  712. Hannah Dormor, LONDON, , Europe, Professional, Queen Mary University of London,
  713. Zoe Stewart, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Professional, Brooklyn friends school,
  714. Nicole D, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  715. Aparna Maladkar, , County (optional), Europe, Academic, ,
  716. Marzana Kamal, , , Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  717. Neerja Pathak, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, India, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  718. Sabrina Jo, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  719. Arpita Chakraborty, Dublin, Dublin 9, India, Academic, Dublin City University,
  720. Francesca Orsini, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS, University of London,
  721. Matthew Gordon, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS,
  722. andrea garcia gonzalez, Brighton, east sussex, UK, Europe, Academic, University of Brighton,
  723. Maurizio Gioli, London UK, Middlesex, Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  724. Adelie Chevee, Firenze, , Europe, Academic, EUI,
  725. Gilbert Achcar, , , Europe, Academic, SOAS, University of London,
  726. Annabel De Frece, St Albans, Hertfordshire, Europe, Academic, Soas,
  727. Gonsalino Lobo, Margao, Goa, India, Independent, None, I am a father of a daughter
  728. Manisha Singh, San Carlos, CA, USA, Professional, ,
  729. Andrew Gould, London, United Kingdom, Europe, Academic, SOAS, University of London,
  730. sara afandi, Berlin, berlin, Europe, Academic, ,
  731. Jonathan Pattenden, Norwich, , Europe, Academic, University of East Anglia,
  732. Deborah Sutton, Lancaster, Lancashire, Europe, Academic, Lancaster University,
  733. Elisa Van Waeyenberge, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  734. Vanja Hamzić, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  735. Stephanie Morris, York, North yorkshire, Europe, Academic, Durham university,
  736. Patricia Jeffery, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Europe, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  737. alessandra mezzadri, london, London, Europe, Academic, soas,
  738. nader fekri, hebden bridge, west yorkshire, Europe, Academic, ,
  739. Angela Paine, Stroud, Gloucestershire, Europe, Independent, ,
  740. mai albattat, Ramallah, Palestine, Asia/Pacific, Independent, Urbana,
  741. Rashmi Varma, London, , Europe, Academic, ,
  742. Nicola Ansell, , , Europe, Academic, Brunel University London,
  743. Sara Riva, Madrid, Spain, Europe, Academic, CSIC,
  744. Mai Al-Battat, Ramallah, Palestine, USA, Independent, Urbana,
  745. Celine Verissimo, Coimbra, Coimbra, Europe, Academic, Universidade federal da Integração Latino-Americana,
  746. Omnia Khalil, Cairo, , Africa, Academic, the Graduate Center, City University of New York,
  747. Katri Simonen, Vantaa, Finland, Europe, Independent, The Swallows,
  748. Leila Ebrahim, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa, Independent, Gender DynamiX,
  749. Subir Sinha, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS, University of London, Democracy and basic rights are under threat from the ruling far right in India. It is imperative to draw global attention to it and to do everything possible to defend them.
  750. Kitty Stewart, London, , Europe, Academic, London School of Economics,
  751. ellen geurts, Delft, , Europe, Academic, ,
  752. Lara Bezzina, Malta, , Europe, Independent, ,
  753. Phoebe Barton, Dawlish, Devon, Europe, Professional, ,
  754. Hugo Gorringe, Edinburgh, , Europe, Academic, CSAS, University of Edinburgh,
  755. Laura Nkula, Cape Town, Western Cape, Africa, Academic, African Centre for Cities,
  756. Elisabeth Prügl, Geneva 21, Select Region, Europe, Academic, Graduate Institute, Geneva,
  757. Matthew peart, Sydney, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  758. Kaveri Qureshi, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Europe, Academic, University of Edinburgh,
  759. Patrick Tsai, PORTLAND, OR, USA, Academic, ,
  760. Isis Barei-Guyot, , , Europe, Academic, The University of Manchester,
  761. Elisabeth Olivius, Umeå, AC, Europe, Academic, Umeå University,
  762. Isis Barei-Guyot, , , Europe, Academic, The University of Manchester,
  763. Behram Sidhwa, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Professional, Immanuel Krankenhaus Wannsee, ब्राह्मणवाद से आजादी
  764. Maria Adriana Deiana, Belfast, , Europe, Academic, Centre for Gender in Politics Queen’s University Belfast,
  765. rupendra motghare, nagpur, india, India, Academic, Assistant professor, strongly condemned
  766. Mauricio Estrada, Bonn, NRW, Europe, Academic, University of Bonn,
  767. rupendra motghare, nagpur, india, India, Academic, Assistant professor, strongly condemned
  768. Linda Lapina, København NV, , Europe, Academic, Roskilde University, Universitetsvej 1, 4000 Roskilde,
  769. Zach McKenzie, Sydney, New South Wales, Asia/Pacific, Academic, University of Technology, Sydney,
  770. Natasha Aruri, Berlin, , Europe, Academic, TU Berlin,
  771. Joanna Nunez, San Jose, California, USA, Academic, Santa Clara University,
  772. Bisoya Loitongbam, , , India, Academic, ,
  773. Bella Knemeyer, , , Africa, Academic, ,
  774. Marianne Blidon, Paris, , Europe, Academic, Sorbonne,
  775. Elaine Parker, SAN rafael, Ca, USA, Academic, ,
  776. Whitney Kneffler, New Philadelphia, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  777. Katherine Sammler, Oldenburg, Lower Saxony, Europe, Academic, Helmholtz Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity, University of Oldenburg,
  778. Neil Hassan, Cape Town, , Africa, Academic, African City for Centres,
  779. Jackie Orr, Queens, New York, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  780. Shashi Dharan, Kannur, Kerala, India, Professional, None, A bad situation is just getting worse. We may have already crossed the tipping point but at least we can reduced the damage.
  781. Mythri Prasad-Aleyamma, New York, New York, USA, Academic, Centre for Place, Culture and Politics, Graduate Center, CUNY,
  782. Nate Rabe, Armadale, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, CARE,
  783. Raquel Thomas, Georgetown, Guyana, , Latin America, Academic, Environmental Organisation,
  784. Ron Unger, Dallas, TX, USA, Independent, ,
  785. Siraj Ahmed, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Professional, ,
  786. Faranak Miraftab, Champaign, IL, USA, Academic, university of illinois urbana cham[paign,
  787. Suad Mohamed, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, Academic, Senior lecturer,
  788. Virendra Sharma, Faridabd, Haryana, India, Independent, , They are leading the country to ruin
  789. Ahmed Hussain, Ottawa, ON, Canada, Professional, ,
  790. Khurram Mohammed, Kanata, ON, Canada, Professional, ,
  791. Mehar Alam, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  792. Jim Glassman, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Academic, UBC,
  793. Sherlina Nageer, , , Latin America, Independent, ,
  794. Gitta Shrestha, Kathmandu, 3, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  795. Anna Basinski, , , USA, Academic, ,
  796. Vanda Radzik, Georgetown, , Latin America, Independent, Red Thread; Women & Gender Equality Commission; Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation & Development, Stop the Rape! Stop the Caste/Race hate!
  797. Harjinder Sangra, Burnaby, Bc, Canada, Academic, ,
  798. Rahsaan Mahadeo, ARLINGTON, VA, USA, Academic, ,
  799. Sundeep Singh, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Professional, ,
  800. Srishit Singh, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, JNU,
  801. Saurav Sarkar, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Professional, Democratic Socialists of America,
  802. Jooneed Khan, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Independent, Writer and Human Rights, also Retired Journalist.,
  803. Anjali Choksi, Montreal, QC, Canada, Academic, Humanities Dept., Dawson College, I am horrified at the brutal violence being inflicted upon Dalit people and in particular Dalit women with the implicit support of those in power.
  804. karen de Souza, Georgetown, --- Please Select ---, Latin America, Independent, Red Thread (womens group),
  805. GAURAV PATHANIA, Falls Church, VA, USA, Academic, Georgetown University, Washington DC, There is no strong existence of the "civil society" in India. The country needs a collective social movements led by the historically marginalized.
  806. Mayra Sanchez, , , USA, Academic, ,
  807. Nilanjana Bhattacharjya, Tempe, AZ, USA, Academic, Arizona State University, Tempe,
  808. Rahat Yusufi, Tal: Lanja. Ratnagiri. Maharashtra., Maharashtra, India, Independent, Ashramshala, It's a measure civilized society as to how it's members treat the Woman, Children & Nature.
  809. Abu Saleem, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Professional, ,
  810. Michael Goldman, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  811. Mennah Abdelwahab, Bogart, Georgia, USA, Independent, ,
  812. Charlotte Weston, Wellington, Wellington, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  813. Callie Laz Davis, Wheeler, WI, USA, Professional, ,
  814. Leigh Bonds, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  815. Jelica Roland, Buzet, None, Europe, Independent, ,
  816. Nikisha Khare, VANCOUVER, BC, Canada, Professional, ,
  817. Subuhi Ansari, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  818. Anne-Marie Brook, Wellington, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, Human Rights Measurement Initiative,
  819. Girika Mahajan, Singapore, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  820. Natália Souza, São Paulo, SP, Latin America, Academic, Puc-Sp,
  821. Goolam Mohammud, Curepipe, Mauritius, USA, Academic, Ngo, Strongly condem
  822. Patrick Thomsen, Auckland, AUCKLAND, Asia/Pacific, Academic, The University of Auckland,
  823. Rebecca Wanzo, St Louis, Missouri, USA, Academic, Washington University in St. Louis,
  824. Simona Sharoni, Salem, MA, USA, Academic, Merrimack College,
  825. Gaurav Mittal, Singapore, , Asia/Pacific, Academic, National University of Singapore,
  826. Mihraj A, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Professional, ,
  827. Lakshmi P, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Independent, None, Dalit lives matter. Anybody wanting equality would want a peaceful world where people from all communities and religions can live peacefully. Please do the needful.
  828. Virginia Meeker, Mission, Kansas, USA, Independent, ,
  829. Roderick Ferguson, Hamden, CT, USA, Academic, Program in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Yale University,
  830. Kai Vaara, Mänttä-Vilppula, Finland, Europe, Independent, Global Ecovillage Network - Finland, All life and living beings are valuable and ought to be respected. Any kind of violence and act based on inequality is not creating any sane future but transmits the narrow mindedness of the past.
  831. Manjula Khan, Plainsboro, NJ, USA, Independent, ,
  832. Pamela Galpern, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Independent, ,
  833. Dellareese Jackson, SYRACUSE, United States, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  834. Sujata Ramteke, New Milford, New Jersey, USA, Professional, , This was a horrifying act. Many such Dalit women get raped in every corner of India. But never get justice just because they are Dalits. We need to fight together to have equal respect for all women. I strongly condemn it. And the government is way worse than I thought.
  835. Meenakshi Chellam, Goa, Goa, India, Independent, ,
  836. Kris Edwards, Columbus, OH, USA, Professional, Please Select,
  837. Pei Wu, , , USA, Professional, ,
  838. Atsuko Watanabe, Tokyo, Japan, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Hosei University,
  839. Emily Stevens, Auckland, , Asia/Pacific, Independent, University of Auckland,
  840. Abid Mallick, Ottawa, , Canada, Independent, ,
  841. PREMILLA NADASEN, The Bronx, NY, USA, Academic, Barnard College,
  842. Neha Varma, , , Asia/Pacific, Professional, , This is unacceptable and must stop.
  843. Kiran Mirchandani, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, University of Toronto,
  844. Lauren Glass, St. Paul, MN - Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  845. Pramila Vasudevan, St Paul, Mn, USA, Independent, ,
  846. Kasturi Ray, BERKELEY, CA - California, USA, Academic, Dept of Women & Gender Studies, San Francisco State University,
  847. Lisa Arrastia, North Adams, MA, USA, Academic, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts,
  848. Katherine McKittrick, , , Canada, Academic, Department of Gender Studies, Queen's University,
  849. Charlotte Spring, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Academic, University of Calgary,
  850. Mikkel Vad, , , USA, Academic, ,
  851. Kenneth Mowll, MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, Independent, Retired,
  852. Saumya Gupta, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  853. Beverley Mullings, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Academic, Queen's University,
  854. Elisabeth Jay Friedman, San Francisco, California, USA, Academic, University of San Francisco,
  855. Jordan Woodward, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  856. Garima Jain, New Delhi, DELHI, India, Independent, ,
  857. Pratichi Chatterjee, , , Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  858. Nicosia Shakes, Merced, California, USA, Academic, University of California, Merced,
  859. Richard Carter-White, , , Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  860. Louise Edwards, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  861. Shafick Osman, , , Canada, Academic, ,
  862. Aditi Sarkar, New York City, NY, USA, Professional, Aditi Sarkar, Architect, PLLC,
  863. Pete Smith, , , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  864. Jens Lerche, London, , Europe, Academic, SOAS University of London,
  865. Sharon Kravitz, Gabriola, BC, Canada, Independent, Documentary photographer/filmmaker,
  866. Caitlin Curry, Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  867. Cecilia Johnson, Columbus, OH, USA, Independent, None,
  868. Maria Aguilo Argos, Sydney, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  869. Bethan Greener, Palmerston North, , Asia/Pacific, Academic, Massey University,
  870. Sara Musaifer, Riffa, , Asia/Pacific, Academic, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities,
  871. Katlin Sweeney, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  872. Shanti Hegde, Sirsi, Karnataka, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  873. Aru Shiney-Ajay, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Sunrise Movement,
  874. Farrell Stucky, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, University of North Texas,
  875. Saleh Mamon, Carshalton, Surrey, Europe, Independent, CAMPAING AGAINST CRIMINALISING COMMUNITIES,
  876. Nuzhat Lotia, Melbourne, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  877. Prutha Patel, Albert Lea, MN, USA, Academic, ISA,
  878. Sophie Newman, , , USA, Academic, ,
  879. Mohan J Dutta, PALMERSTON NORTH, New Zealand, USA, Academic, Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE), Dismantle caste.
  880. Terence Dyson, FORT GARLAND, CO, USA, Professional, SAE,ASTM,STLE,
  881. Terry Hudgens, Seattle, Washington, USA, Independent, Early Head Start Research, Stop this senseless violence now!!
  882. Sita Venkateswar, Palmerston North, Manawatu, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Massey University,
  883. Katie Krupala, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  884. Robyn Warhol, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  885. Moriel Rothman-Zecher, Yellow Springs, OH, USA, Independent, Writer,
  886. Sarah Glynn, Edinburgh, UK Mainland, Europe, Academic, ,
  887. Abdourahmane Seck, Saint-Louis, Senegal, Africa, Academic, Université Gaston Berger,
  888. Jason Collins, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  889. SHADBANO AHMAD, OTTAWA, ONTARIO, USA, Academic, PRIVATE, CONDEMN INJUSTICE CONDEMN ATTROCITIES CONDEMN ALL THAT HURTS DALITS AND OTHER WEAKER SECTIONS OF SOCIETY
  890. AMY LIND, Cincinnati, OH, USA, Academic, University of Cincinnati,
  891. radha vasam, Pleasanton, CA, USA, Professional, Self, I am very saddened by the events, where women are not respected, a country grows only where there is equality to both the genders and all are equal,
  892. Catia Confortini, QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS, USA, Academic, Wellesley College,
  893. Sean Yeager, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University, in solidarity with Dalit women
  894. Megana Audipudy, Chicago, Illinois, USA, Independent, ,
  895. Misha Grifka, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  896. Vatsala Kumar, Chicago, IL, USA, Independent, University of Chicago Law School, student,
  897. Anindita Chatterjee, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  898. Allison Davis, Youngstown, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  899. Maria Lopez, Denver, CO, USA, Professional, Colorado Health Network, Please protect women suffering from these horrible acts of rape and brutality.
  900. Judith Denison, Golden, CO, USA, Independent, ,
  901. Preeti Singh, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  902. Bal Boora, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, Professional, Engineering, The heinous rape culture Proliferating in India is deplorable and I wholeheartedly condemn it. It’s the duty of every Indian state governments and the federal government to strictly enforce the laws in place and stop the suppression of the girls and women of the poor class. It’s a shame!!!
  903. Sofia Turk, Northampton, UK, Europe, Professional, ,
  904. Thomas Hansen, Menlo Park, California, USA, Academic, Stanford University,
  905. Jennifer Suchland, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  906. VIRGinie Le Masson, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  907. Sonya Mehta, OAKLAND, CA, USA, Professional, The Teaching Well,
  908. Sophie Oldfield, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa, Academic, ,
  909. Sofia Turk, Northampton, UK, Europe, Professional, ,
  910. Waneta Sweeney, Columbus, OH, USA, Professional, ,
  911. Siddharth Srikanth, , , USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  912. Alexandra Chocontá, Bogotá, , Latin America, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  913. Kathy Fagan, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University, Academy of American Poets, Associated Writing Programs,
  914. Amanpal Garcha, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  915. Max Delsohn, , , USA, Academic, ,
  916. Mytheli Sreenivas, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  917. Unny Nambudiripad, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  918. Katie Pyontek, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State,
  919. Katheryn Norris, , , USA, Professional, ,
  920. Amelia Mathews-Pett, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  921. Max Delsohn, , , USA, Academic, ,
  922. Arindam Debbarma, , Minnesota, USA, Academic, ,
  923. Michelle Herman, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  924. Eli Elinoff, Wellington, , Asia/Pacific, Academic, Cultural Anthropology, Victoria University of Wellington,
  925. Bharati Acharya, MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, USA, Professional, ,
  926. Dhrijyoti Kalita, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities,
  927. Ashwin Subramanian, , , India, Academic, Independent,
  928. Elise Toedt, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Curriculum and Instruction,
  929. Camilla Royle, London, , Europe, Academic, King's College London,
  930. Aranya Johar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, NA, Jai Bhim.
  931. Miray Philips, Silver Spring, MD, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  932. David Beaver, Austin, Texas, USA, Academic, The University of Texas at Austin,
  933. Shanti Hegde, Sirsi, Karnataka, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  934. Aranya Johar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, NA, Jai Bhim.
  935. Sarah Halvorson, Missoula, Montana, USA, Academic, University of Montana,
  936. Rebekah Rochester, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, Europe, Independent, ,
  937. Naz Yilmaz, Leiden, , Europe, Independent, ,
  938. Anna Selmeczi, Cape Town, , Africa, Academic, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town,
  939. SAYONI BOSE, CHICAGO, IL, USA, Academic, ,
  940. Pramila Vasudevan, St Paul, Mn, USA, Independent, ,
  941. Nasreen Mohamed, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  942. Siddhant Pusdekar, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, ,
  943. Jeremy Rinker, Greensboro, NC, USA, Academic, Peace and Justice Studies Association,
  944. MANAS DEBNATH, KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL, India, Academic, ,
  945. Hyder Agha, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA, Professional, ,
  946. Amoke Kubat, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Independent, Amoke Kubat (YO MAMA LLC), Do the HUMAN Right)s) thing to do - end the systemic oppression and violent towards women. Disrupt RAPE as a weapon against women. Shame on those who did these atrocities and those who are complicit.,
  947. Vanya Bhargav, Neu ulm, , Europe, Academic, ,
  948. Nicholas Nyachega, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, UMN,
  949. Divya K, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, None,
  950. Mabel Gergan, Nashville, TN, USA, Academic, ,
  951. Nicole Lambrou, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Academic, UCLA,
  952. Deondre Smiles, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  953. Sajad Bhat, Srinagar, J&k, India, Academic, Teacher, I am a govt high school teacher
  954. Carly Manion, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, Academic, OISE, University of Toronto,
  955. Tanvi Mehta, , , USA, Independent, ,
  956. Antipode A Radical Journal of Geography, Cardiff, Cardiff, UK, Europe, Professional, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography,
  957. Meera Sehgal, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, Carleton College,
  958. Akbar Noman Noman, New York, NY 10024, USA, Academic, Columbia University,
  959. Aishwarya P, , , USA, Professional, ,
  960. Jaya Ghosh, , , USA, Independent, ,
  961. Hasan Atuk, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of minnesota twin cities,
  962. Andrew Kent, Cardiff, Cardiff, UK, Europe, Professional, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography,
  963. Eleanor Schanilec, St Paul, MN, USA, Independent, Freelance costumer,
  964. Raihana Ferdous, Durham, , Europe, Academic, Durham University,
  965. Bhavya Paliwal, Washington DC, DC, USA, Professional, ,
  966. Titas Banerjee, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Independent, ,
  967. Marion Werner Werner, BUFFALO, NY, USA, Academic, University at Buffalo-SUNY,
  968. Maurice Stevens, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  969. Amyaz Moledina, Wooster, OH, USA, Academic, College of Wooster,
  970. Rashne Jehangir, St. Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of MN,
  971. Collin Wingate, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities,
  972. Manjiri Palicha, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  973. Gaja Maestri, Birmingham, UK, Europe, Academic, Aston University, Birmingham UK,
  974. Nina Medvedeva, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  975. Solveig Mebust, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  976. Christine Roholt, MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, Professional, University of Minnesota,
  977. Diane Barense, , , USA, Academic, , This must stop—immediately!
  978. Stacy Ernst, SAINT PAUL, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities,
  979. Rashid Syed, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, Free Lancer, Free world cannot and should not stay quiet to the facism of the MODI government. It needs to stand up.
  980. Monisha Bajaj, San Francisco, California, USA, Academic, University of San Francisco,
  981. Subuhi Ansari, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  982. Kunal Turukmane, Thane, Maharashtra, India, Independent, , the actions of the state police are deplorable..
  983. Katie Feuling, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  984. Catherine Walsh, Quito, Ecuador, Latin America, Academic, ,
  985. Aman zutshi, jammu, Jammu,Kashmir and Ladakh., India, Academic, Central university of Jammu, Strict action must be taken and safety must be ensured to various oppressed groups in future as well, there must be constant vigilance of relaxation for the oppressed groups..
  986. Devaki Khanna, Bangalore, KA, India, Professional, ,
  987. Anuradha Sajjanhar, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  988. Devaki Khanna, Bangalore, KA, India, Professional, ,
  989. Paula Rabinowitz, Long Island City, New York, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  990. Tamsyn Van Gelderen, Johannesburg, Gauteng, Africa, Independent, Freelance researcher, Women and girls in India have suffered for too long. Enough of this horror in the name of caste, tribe or religion. Everyone is entitled to respect especially women. Authorities need to respect their position and treat all their people with empathy and justice.
  991. Larry Lohmann, Marnhull, Dorset, UK, Europe, Independent, The Corner House,
  992. Angela Albay-Yenney, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, Independent, Third World People's Alliance,
  993. Regina Langhout, Santa Cruz, CA, USA, Academic, UC Santa Cruz,
  994. Aneesha Srinivasan, London, , Europe, Professional, Global Origins,
  995. Mehreen Hosain, London, , Europe, Independent, ,
  996. Mehak Sawhney, , , USA, Academic, ,
  997. Aneesha Srinivasan, London, , Europe, Professional, Global Origins,
  998. Mewa Bedi, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Academic, ,
  999. Emma Harris, London, Please select, Europe, Professional, Global Origins,
  1000. Mobeen Bhat, Gurgaon, Haryana, India, Professional, ,
  1001. Rekha Kohli, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  1002. Leola Rammble, Johannesburg, , Africa, Independent, Cosmic Haven, We condemn the violence against women and children and know that we can no longer be silent on issues like this. The time for justice is here.
  1003. Barry Gills, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, Europe, Academic, University of Helsinki, These appalling crimes must be investigated and the guity parties must be prosecuted and be subject to punishment under the law.
  1004. Margaret Walton-roberts, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Academic, Wilfrid Laurier University,
  1005. Marisa Clements, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  1006. Bhavesh Shende, Kalyan, Maharashtra, India, Professional, ,
  1007. Peter Lipman, Bristol, Avon, Europe, Independent, ,
  1008. Amani El Jack, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Academic, Department of Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston, ​
  1009. ASHWINI TAMBE, College Park, Maryland, USA, Academic, ,
  1010. Animesh Chaudhary, Kota, Rajasthan, India, Professional, ,
  1011. Seerat Vedvyas, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, Professional, ,
  1012. janet newsham, Preston, , Europe, Professional, GMHC,
  1013. Anisah Madden, Sydney, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Western Sydney University, These brutal attacks must stop. Discrimination against people on the basis of gender, caste, and religion must end. The government must respect, protect and fulfil all human rights and the rights of women and girls.
  1014. Medha Srivastava, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Academic, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
  1015. Meena Jagannath, Miami, FL, USA, Professional, ,
  1016. DINA SIDDIQI, New York, NY, USA, Academic, New York University,
  1017. Shruti Tagore, Lucknow, UTTAR PRADESH, India, Academic, Academic, It's a very sad incident, high time society needs to change the mind set. It's just not a matter of India entire world needs to think seriously about different social issues which are extremely damaging to society. Caste, creed, race, gender all such issue should be eradicated the way Smallpox is.
  1018. AWUM AWUM, , Minnesota, USA, Professional, Asian Women United of Minnesota (AWUM), AWUM is a non-profit organization with a mission to end domestic violence by promoting safe & healthy relationships.
  1019. Debadatta Chakraborty, Amherst, MA, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
  1020. Art Brown, Kirkland, Washington, USA, Independent, ,
  1021. Joseph Graves Graves, Greensboro, NC, USA, Academic, North Carolina A&T State University,
  1022. Nasser Yusuf, KOZHIKODE, Kerala, India, Professional, ERNAKULAM MEDICAL CENTRE, Sad, pathetic state of affairs. Criminal state nexus.
  1023. M Irfan, Toronto, On, Canada, Professional, , Strongly condemn the barbaric treatment of Dalits, Christians, and Muslims by the hindutva terrorist organizations like RSS and BJP
  1024. Nancy Wong, , , USA, Professional, ,
  1025. Kriti Budhiraja, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1026. Zehra Anwar, Chesterfield, MO, USA, Professional, ,
  1027. POKKER Perilamkulath, Calicut, Kerala, India, Academic, Calicut university, Stop Oppression of Dalits . Maintain justice.
  1028. Snigdha Kumar, , , USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1029. Zehra Anwar, Chesterfield, MO, USA, Professional, ,
  1030. Sabika Zaidi, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University, Canada,
  1031. N MANI, ERODE, TAMIL NADU, India, Academic, ERODE ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE, This mobilisation is highly appreciable .best wishes.
  1032. Gautham S, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, ,
  1033. Siddhartha Deb, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1034. Sarah Storti, Charlottesville, VA, USA, Academic, University of Virginia,
  1035. Yavuz Yasar, Denver, CO, USA, Academic, University of Denver,
  1036. Ann Lennon, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Professional, ,
  1037. Jyothi Unniraman, South West delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, ,
  1038. Mohammed Razzaq, Reading, Berkshire, Europe, Independent, , India must stop human rights violations, to minorities.
  1039. Mukhtiar Singh, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Independent, Punjabi Literary and Cultural Association Winnipeg,
  1040. Claire Bidwell, Isle of Mull, ARGYLL, Europe, Academic, Let Kashmir Decide,
  1041. Abdur Rahman, Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, University of Delhi, Freedom from fear freedom from hunger
  1042. Richa Jhaldiyal, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, ,
  1043. Alka Singh, Gurgaon, Haryana, India, Independent, National school of drama, It is a heinous and condemnable crime not befitting any government servant appointed for public protection and not commit crime against it, even in uniform.
  1044. Sheila Tyeku, Pretoria, South African, Africa, Independent, , Can India really be a democracy with the caste system?
  1045. Elaine Dorough Johnson, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, USA, Academic, Emerita, UW-Whitewater,
  1046. Bal Boora, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, Professional, Engineering, The heinous rape culture Proliferating in India is deplorable and I wholeheartedly condemn it. It’s the duty of every Indian state governments and the federal government to strictly enforce the laws in place and stop the suppression of the girls and women of the poor class. It’s a shame!!!
  1047. Ritumbra Manuvie, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1048. Kiran Asher, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1049. Mehreen Hosain, London, , Europe, Independent, ,
  1050. Abdul H Mir, Srinagar, J &K, India, Academic, , Love survives and hate destroys; all humans are equal, any discrimination on the basis of cast, colour and Creed is inhuman and needs to condemned by one and all so that humanity flourishes and fascism vanishes from this planet.
  1051. Dwaipayan Roy, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1052. Caroline Bayne, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1053. Abid Mallick, Ottawa, , Canada, Independent, ,
  1054. Daniel Durst, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1055. Promona S, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  1056. Teresa Gill, Elk Grove, California, USA, Independent, ,
  1057. Emily Wells, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Professional, ,
  1058. Sharafuddeen-sheikh-saadi- Sheikh, Oshawa, On, Canada, Independent, , Until I left Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1955, india was a powerful democratic country in the world.
  1059. Abdul H Mir, Srinagar, J &K, India, Academic, , Love survives and hate destroys; all humans are equal, any discrimination on the basis of cast, colour and Creed is inhuman and needs to condemned by one and all so that humanity flourishes and fascism vanishes from this planet.
  1060. Prachi Patankar, NY, Nau, USA, Professional, ,
  1061. Claudia Ringler, Dorval, Quebec, Canada, Academic, IFPRI,
  1062. gustave massiah, paris, france, Europe, Academic, intercoll,
  1063. Adnan Farooqi, NEW DELHI, Delhi, India, Academic, Jamia Millia Islamia,
  1064. Shiv Kaul, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, , There is a need to educate and make everyone in India awared about what dalits have to face everyday. This incident should atleast now open the Indian mindset and eyes.
  1065. Gehna Kapoor, Delhi, , India, Independent, , In solidarity x
  1066. Ann Suk, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1067. Duba Sambolec, , , Europe, Independent, Artist & Prof. of Fine Art, Indian people hello, it's long overdue to REFORM your society, to ABOLISH THE CAST SYSTEM that's still deeply rooted in your country. STOP CRUELTIES to DALIT and to ther women in INDIA. The SHOCKING news that we're are getting from your place demand political action of you all. Best, Duba / a woman
  1068. Nitasha Kaul, London, , Europe, Academic, University of Westminster,
  1069. Vijay Iyer, New York, NY, USA, Academic, Harvard University / Professor, Dept of Music & Dept of African & African American Studies,
  1070. Dia Da Costa, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Academic, University of Alberta,
  1071. Sadhu Binning, Burnaby, BC, Canada, Independent, ,
  1072. Nitasha Kaul, London, , Europe, Academic, University of Westminster,
  1073. Rosemary Feal, Cambridge, MA, USA, Academic, Harvard Univ.,
  1074. Ana Ortiz Monasterio, Mexico, CDMX, Latin America, Independent, ,
  1075. Pierre Beaudet, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Academic, Intercoll,
  1076. Rumana Hashem, London, , USA, Professional, Community Women Against Abuse, Outraged by the familiar forms of sexual violence against women which we have been right now confronting in Bangladesh. Women in everywher have been systematically vistimised and terrorised by men in our patriarchal and capitalist states . Hope that Dalit women get justice in India.
  1077. Svati Shah, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1078. BISHWAJIT BHATTACHARJEE, NEW DELHI, Delhi, India, Academic, IIT Delhi,
  1079. LIPING VONG, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  1080. Rohan D'Souza, Kyoto, Kyoto, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  1081. Saptarshi Lahiri, , , USA, Independent, ,
  1082. Colin Mcfarlane, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1083. Leila Awadallah, Minneapolis, MInnesota, USA, Academic, ,
  1084. david white, Beverly Hills, CA, USA, Academic, UC Santa Barbara,
  1085. Michael Kadow, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1086. Robin Wright, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1087. Anne Murphy, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Academic, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada,
  1088. Aparajita De, Gaithersburg, MD, USA, Academic, University of DC, I condemn caste atrocity and violence against minority women in the strongest terms. Law & order situation is out of control and vigilante justice is ruling the streets. If the government is failing to take action, its impartiality becomes questionable and its complicity in the situation is damning.
  1089. katherine borland, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Center for Folklore Studies Ohio State University, I condemn the brutality in Uttar Pradesh against Dalit women. In solidarity and love for those who are suffering.
  1090. Nalan Çelik, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1091. Sumanta Banerjee, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, Independent, Journalist based in Hyderabad , India,
  1092. Monika Zagar, St.Paul, Mn, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1093. Malvika Wadhawan, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Academic, Tufts University,
  1094. Richard McLellan, Toronto, ON, Canada, Independent, ,
  1095. Nasira Patel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Academic, McGill University,
  1096. UMAKANT PAWASKAR, THANE, MAHARASHTRA, India, Academic, Samata Vichar Prasarak Sanstha, Thane, U P administration is guilty in the case of rape & murder of Hathras girl. The guilty must be sacked from Govt service.
  1097. Chandreyi Mukherjee, Berlin, Brandenburg, India, Academic, Institute of Cultural Diplomacy,
  1098. Fenella Butler, Bristol, avon, Europe, Independent, retired Open University teacher., STOP
  1099. khan hasan, seattle, washington, USA, Professional, ,
  1100. Maylí Sepúlveda, Coyoacan, Ciudad de México, Latin America, Professional, ControlaTuGobierno, A.C., Condenamos el abuso contra las mujeres por cualquier motivo, y exigimos el castigo de los prepretadores.
  1101. Angela Rudert, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1102. Harry Cleaver, Austin, TX, USA, Academic, self, There is no excuse for such violence and the perpetrators should be punished.
  1103. Arielle Chu, Berkeley, California, USA, Professional, ,
  1104. Briony Ridley, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  1105. Shefali Chandra, St. Louis, MO, USA, Academic, Washington University in St. Louis, The entire world is watching with horror at the Indian pandemic of caste based sexual violence. The Indian state supports the racial-caste system and vice versa.
  1106. Akshita Rao, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1107. BARBARA HARRISS-WHITE, OXFORD, Oxfordshire, Europe, Academic, Oxford University,
  1108. Suparna Bhaskaran, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1109. Mark Subekti, , , Canada, Professional, York University,
  1110. Bhupinder Juneja, Saint Paul, Mn, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities,
  1111. Susan Rowden, Pinellas Park, FL, USA, Professional, ,
  1112. Sunita Viswanath, Taos, Nm, USA, Independent, Hindus for Human Rights,
  1113. Meena Desai, Aurora, CO, USA, Academic, ,
  1114. Gayatri Menon, New York, NY, USA, Professional, ,
  1115. Nitya Nadgir, Edison, NJ, USA, Academic, ,
  1116. Rashim Singh, Pearland, TX, USA, Academic, University of Houston, The state complicity just gives more power to the culprits.
  1117. Sheshera Mysore, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1118. Raheel Syed, , , USA, Professional, ,
  1119. Ramesh Karuppusamy, Frisco, TX, USA, Independent, ,
  1120. Diksha Sareen, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Professional, ,
  1121. Catherine Pappas, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Academic, Alternatives,
  1122. Aakshi Sinha, New Delhi, Other, India, Academic, ,
  1123. Aditi Dhruv, , NY, USA, Independent, ,
  1124. Bharat Rathod, Amherst, MA, , USA, Academic, ,
  1125. Mike Ghouse, Washington, DC, USA, Professional, Center for Pluralism, The primitive men who run India believe that the Dalits are inferior people and their lives mean nothing. The Prime Minister will not say a word, he is part of that primitive tribe that believes women can be had with no consequences. The Center for Pluralism condemns this horrific act against Dalits
  1126. Neha Ratnapuri, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, Academic, Tufts Univeristy's Hindu Student Council,
  1127. Martin Duckworthj, Montreal, QC, Canada, Independent, Echec a la guerre,
  1128. Javid Syed, New York, New York, USA, Independent, ,
  1129. Fazil Moradi, Johannesburg, South Africa, Africa, Academic, Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study, University of Johannesburg,
  1130. Dr. Nadia Johanisova, Brno, , Europe, Academic, Masaryk University, I am profoundly disturbed by these abuses.
  1131. Zuhair Khan, Tokyo, , Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  1132. John Harriss, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Academic, Professor Emeritus, Simon Fraser University, Canada,
  1133. Sarah Naaz, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1134. Shujaat Khan, Gurgaon, Haryana, India, Professional, Shipping,
  1135. Sivaprakash Muthurathinam, Kangayam, Tamilnadu, India, Professional, ,
  1136. Ross VeLure Roholt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1137. Farhat Khan, Columbia, MD, USA, Professional, ,
  1138. Donald Cuccioletta, Montreal,, province of Quebec, Canada, Academic, NCS (Nouveaux cahiers du Socialisme) and Montreal Urban Left, fascism can be practiced in many ways. In this case rape and the terror that goes with it. Solidarity to all women who must be supported in this battle.
  1139. Easha Tiwari, , , USA, Professional, ,
  1140. Tariq Farooqi, Springfield, VA, USA, Professional, None,
  1141. Navyug Gill, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1142. Roberto Sobral, Brasília, DF, Latin America, Academic, Universidade de Brasília,
  1143. Saboura Naqshband, Berlin, Deutschland, Europe, Academic, , This violence has to stop! Womens' so Human rights are non negotiable!!
  1144. Supriya K, CHICAGO, IL, USA, Academic, ,
  1145. Karuna Krishna, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Independent, ,
  1146. Sandhya Kochar, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1147. Bhagwant Singh, Birmingham, West Midlands, Europe, Independent, Indian Workers Association GB, We condemn Jungle raj,where ours daughter s and sisters not safe, we want justice for Manisha Beti and all others rape victims.
  1148. Raunak Agarwal, Berlin, , Europe, Academic, Universitat Potsdam,
  1149. Shahin Kachwala, Oneonta, NY, USA, Academic, SUNY Oneonta,
  1150. Sriram Raghunath, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA, Academic, Rutgers University,
  1151. mohammad imran, Ringwood, NJ, USA, Professional, retired (Engineer and Certified Appraiser), India is passing through tough time. Authoritarian regime is tightening its authoritarian tentacles slowly but surely. Arrest of Human Rights activists for Bhima Koregaon riots and arrest of intellectuals for Delhi riots are two examples. We must resist in our own peaceful way.
  1152. Kay Harris, Blackburn, UK, USA, Independent, ,
  1153. Bhavya R M, Montreal, QC, Canada, Independent, ,
  1154. Amy Kaminsky Kaminsky, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, retired from the University of Minnesota,
  1155. Rachana Kamtekar, Ithaca, N.Y., USA, Academic, Cornell University,
  1156. Ahfaz Ahmef, Gothenburg, , Europe, Academic, Chalmers university,
  1157. Abdul Arif, , , Canada, Professional, ,
  1158. Radhika Desai, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Academic, University of Manitoba,
  1159. Supriya Thakur, Mumbai, , India, Professional, ,
  1160. Gitanjali More, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Professional, ,
  1161. Barney Rosedale, Marlborough, Wilts, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1162. Muralidhar Rao, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1163. Bin Basu, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  1164. JAN TAURO, Mumbai, Maharastra, India, Academic, Social Work, Very upset and disgusted and disappointed with people of unsound mind
  1165. Soumya suvra Dutta, BANKURA, WEST BENGAL, India, Academic, IIEST shibpur, condemned all short of atrocities on victim's family.
  1166. Janani Venkatraman Jagatha, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Academic, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin,
  1167. Richa Arora, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  1168. Lauryn Claudia Mannigel, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Independent, ,
  1169. Philip J, Bangalore, Kat, India, Academic, ,
  1170. Sana R, , , Europe, Independent, ,
  1171. Harish Blue, Rohtak, HARYANA, India, Independent, ,
  1172. Tasneem Balasinorwala, Berlin, , India, Professional, , We should ALL be ashamed. We should shed these fake identities of caste and religion and wear the identity of a human being.
  1173. Carmine Gorga, Gloucester, MA, USA, Independent, The Somist Institute, I wish I could DO something
  1174. Raisa Gomes, Muscat, Oman, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  1175. Shefali Sharma, Berlin, Germany, Europe, Professional, ,
  1176. Pedro VIANNA, PARIS, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1177. Dr. Cameron Ahmad, Brampton, ON, Canada, Independent, , Crime against humanity can not and should not be tolerated. With internet and social media available today, we must spread the word and raise a collective voice against such crimes committed by any group across the earth as in the end we are all in the bond of brotherhood.
  1178. Rohit G, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, Professional, ,
  1179. Rachel Rosedale, MARLBOROUGH, Wiltshire, Europe, Independent, ,
  1180. STEN WIDMALM, UPPSALA, SVERIGE, Europe, Academic, Uppsala university,
  1181. zillah Eisenstein, Ithaca, New York, USA, Academic, Ithaca College, OBR,,
  1182. Tharackandathil Shanavas@comcast.net, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, Professional, ,
  1183. Arthur MacEwan, Cambridge, MA, USA, Academic, Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Massachusetts Boston,
  1184. Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Canberra, ACT, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University,
  1185. Bizeth Banerjee, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, Academic, Retired,
  1186. Rupa Marya, San Francisco, California, USA, Academic, University of California San Francisco,
  1187. George Mampilly, Cochin, Kerala, India, Professional, None, Retired, We have started going 200 years back. We will reach there very soon
  1188. Horace Machado, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1189. Faraz Ahmad, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Professional, Freelance journalist, We are witnessing this violence against women, Dalits and minorities with impudence because the ruling BJP and its alma mater RSS are Manuwadi and fascists.
  1190. Melisa Ertuğrul, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1191. Dr. Vinay Ambedkar, NEW DELHI, DELHI, India, Academic, JNU New Delhi,
  1192. Suparna Bhaskaran, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1193. Frances Stewart, London, , Europe, Academic, University of Oxford,
  1194. Madhusree Mukerjee, Frankfurt, Hessen, Europe, Professional, Writer,
  1195. Monisha Bhatia, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, ,
  1196. Annapurna Menon, London, London, Europe, Academic, University of Westminster, Urgent need for Brahmins and all savarnas to analyse how we perpetuate caste and stay silent when caste atrocities are conducted - this dehumanization must stop!
  1197. Joe Victor, Siliguri, West Bengal, India, Independent, ,
  1198. Judith Heyer, Oxford, Oxon, Europe, Academic, Somerville College, Oxford University, Horrific violence that is unchecked. The recent escalation of this violence is horrendous. Those in positions of responsibility need to be brought to account.
  1199. Jennifer D'Souza, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, , This violence by authorities who should be protecting, must stop
  1200. nazia F, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Academic, ,
  1201. Lyla Mehta, Brighton, UK, Europe, Academic, Institute of Development Studies, UK,
  1202. Siddharth K J, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Academic, Independent Researcher,
  1203. Giovanna Gioli, London, , Europe, Academic, Senior Lecturer, Bath Spa University, UK,
  1204. ZELİHA KARADAL, Izmır, , Europe, Independent, ,
  1205. Alex D'Mello, MUMBAI, MH, India, Independent, SOUL,
  1206. Simon Goodman, Coventry, , Europe, Academic, De Montfort University,
  1207. Raj Patel, Austin, TX, USA, Academic, University of Texas,
  1208. Satyavolu Srinivas Rau, Secunderabad, Telangana, India, Academic, IFHE, Hyderabad,
  1209. Samuel John, Sachsenheim Hohenhaslach, Deutschland, Europe, Professional, ,
  1210. melanie horridge, Southport, Merseyside, Europe, Independent, UNITE union, Until all are treated equally none are treated equally.
  1211. Suresha Pinnaiah, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Professional, Dalit bhujan Chaluvali,
  1212. Ani Dutta, Iowa City, IA, USA, Academic, University of Iowa,
  1213. Anuradha Lobo, Colva, Goa, India, Professional, , Such heinous acts must stop. We have to stand up and speak out in solidarity.
  1214. shine choi, , , Asia/Pacific, Academic, Massey University, e stand in unflinching solidarity with all the families of survivors and victims of caste-based violence and join the women’s and feminist organizations and people’s movements across India, as well as their supporters across the world, and demand justice!!
  1215. Navrose NA, Delhi, Haryana, India, Independent, ,
  1216. Françoise Audouze, Meudon, France, Europe, Academic, , Horrified by the lack of concern of authorities and police when crimes and particularly rape are committed on dalit and minorities, I respectfully but firmly ask the Indian government to apply the the law and respect the constitution that gives equal rights to all in India.
  1217. Prakash J, Gothenburg, Västra Götaland, Sweden, Europe, Professional, ,
  1218. Sophie Walker, Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire, Europe, Independent, ,
  1219. Kerima Mohideen, London, United Kingdom, Europe, Professional, ,
  1220. Tony Pill, Blackpool, Lancashire, Europe, Academic, Socialist Party uk,
  1221. Rajesh Kanna Dhamotharan, , , India, Professional, , Strongly condemn the act of ruthless so called upper caste rapists and the government trying to save them. #Dalitlivesmatters
  1222. SHARAD BEHAR, Bhopal, MADHYA PRADESH, Canada, Academic, ,
  1223. NAGAPPA HOLKAR, KALABURAGI, KARNATAKA, India, Independent, The Budhist Society of India and Samata Sainik Dal Founded by Dr. B R Ambedkar, I condemn the in human act of rape and murder of a girl belonging to poor family of Valmiki community .The criminals involved in act should be hanged at the earliest
  1224. Madhulika Reddy, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Academic, , To salvage what's left of the Idea of India, we the citizens of India pledge to raise our voices against every form of hatred and violence that have left this country struggling to cope with a tattered social fabric.
  1225. FAROOQ BAWANI, Rajkot, Gujarat, India, Independent, , I agree and support
  1226. Runu Chakraborty, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, Independent, None, I endorse this campaign
  1227. Rubina Farooqui, Thane, Maharashtra, India, Professional, , These injustices and governments inaction and protection of perpetrators is destroying the fabric of Indian society. Ironical when the party’s election call was Beti Bachao!
  1228. Janaki Arun, Kochi, Kerala, India, Professional, Lawyer,
  1229. Nikita Sud, Oxford, , Europe, Academic, University of Oxford,
  1230. Mahvish Ahmad, London, , Europe, Academic, London School of Economics,
  1231. Tuba Demirci, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe, Independent, ,
  1232. Uma Shankari, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, Independent, nil, nil
  1233. Chandra Shekar, London, , Europe, Independent, Citizens Advice, It is important to recognise the good and bad about any society. It is a fundamental duty of a human being to speak out against any atrocity on fellow human beings. To stay silent is as bad as supporting such deplorable acts.
  1234. Selen Kıraç, İstanbul, Turkey, Europe, Academic, ,
  1235. wasi haider, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, Academic, retired Professor of Physics at AMU, Aligarh, I am ashamed and horrified at the brutality of the incident. It is beyond any iota of human decency that some people defends the people who committed this offence.
  1236. Dr M P Dhaneesh, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Academic, JNU,
  1237. Beverly O'Brien, Ormskirk, west lancashire, Europe, Independent, ,
  1238. Sudeepan Datta, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Academic, Indian Institute of Science,
  1239. aindri c, edinburgh, , Europe, Independent, ,
  1240. Aravind Gopalakrishnan, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Professional, Marley Spoon DE,
  1241. Tuğçe Çetinkaya, Ankara, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1242. Vikas Bajpai, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, Centre for Social Medicine & Community Health, JNU,
  1243. hira singh, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, York University, Sexual crime by upper caste men against Dalit women is a systemic issue sanctioned by the holiest of the Hindu scriptures, embedded in customary practice, and shielded by the state apparatus.It is the duty of every Indian man-woman, Hindus in particular, to fight this crime against humanity.
  1244. Mohammed Ali, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Academic, ,
  1245. D G, Céret, France, Europe, Independent, ,
  1246. Diya P, , , India, Academic, ,
  1247. Sonal Chokshi, Perth, Western Australia, Asia/Pacific, Academic, South Metro TAFE, The caste system does not serve any purpose in a modern India except to entrench a certain section of backward patriarchal society. It is a dinosaur. We need to do away with it now to protect vulnerable women.
  1248. Sheila Kurian, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, Professional, Orient Black swan Publishers,
  1249. Koni Benson, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa, Academic, University of the Western Cape,
  1250. Fi Syson, Liverpool, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1251. Barbara Van Koppen, Pretoria, Gauteng, Africa, Academic, International Water Management Institute,
  1252. Alana Potter, Johannesburg, , Africa, Professional, Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa SERI,
  1253. Deborah O’Brien, London, United Kingdom, Europe, Professional, International Shipping,
  1254. Bill Horsley, Preston, Lancashire, Europe, Academic, ,
  1255. Jeevan Mendonsa, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1256. Dipak Dholakia, Delhi, Delhi, India, Independent, Convener, Indian Community Activists' Network (ICAN),
  1257. Dr Laurence Cox, Dublin, , Europe, Academic, National University of Ireland Maynooth,
  1258. Mary Whitby, , , Europe, Independent, , International communities condemn the treatment of Dalit and other women by men. We need to uphold women's rights to be free from attack free from violence, protected from sexual violence particularly rape The perpetrators & enablers of crimes against women should face the full force of the law.
  1259. Deniz Gülbudar, İstanbul, , Europe, Independent, ,
  1260. Neeshan Balton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, Africa, Independent, ,
  1261. Abri Vermeulen, Stellenbosch, WC, Africa, Professional, None,
  1262. Cansu Bozkurt, Şahinbey, Gaziantep, Asia/Pacific, Independent, Öğretmen,
  1263. Ali Usman Qasmi, Lahore, Punjab, Asia/Pacific, Academic, LUMS,
  1264. Onur Can Tastan, Uppsala, Sweden, Europe, Academic, Uppsala University,
  1265. Swaminathan Subramaniam, BENGALURU, Karnataka, India, Independent, Idea/rock, Any violence against an innocent fellow-Indian is violence against me. And I will oppose it with the all the vehemence I can muster.
  1266. Kiran Rao, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, Nil, It is unthinkable what is being done to the Dalits. They are indians and human beings. They deserve equal rights
  1267. Prof.Chaman Lal, new Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, Panjab University Chandigarh/JNU, New Delhi,
  1268. Nida Kirmani, Lahore, Punjab, USA, Academic, Lahore University of Management Sciences,
  1269. David Goldberg, London, , Europe, Independent, ,
  1270. Asif Rajapkar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, Organization, None
  1271. PRAMOD CHOUDHARY, NAGPUR, MAHARASHTRA, India, Professional, WCL, I STRONGLY CONDEMN THIS INHUMAN ACT
  1272. Abdul Qadir, Shimoga, Karnataka, India, Academic, ,
  1273. Sara Abraham, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Independent, women democratic front,
  1274. selda tuncer, Van, Turkey, Europe, Academic, ,
  1275. Vasna Ramasar, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1276. Barbara Schreiner, Berlin, Berlin, Europe, Professional, , The abise of all women must stop - we deserve to be protected by the state - particularly the poor and marginalised!
  1277. A Mishra, , , Europe, Professional, ,
  1278. Kalyani Jaishankar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1279. Dhruva Sen, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1280. Arun Agnihotri, Vadodara, Gujarat, India, Academic, ,
  1281. Rune Bennike, Copenhagen, Denmark, Europe, Academic, University of Copenhagen,
  1282. Vasudevan Narayanapillai, Gurugram, Haryana, USA, Independent, Interfaith organization called "Religions for Peace", Atrocities against women, including rape, is totally unacceptable. We condemn the rape and violence and the resultant death of the 19-year old Dalit girl of Hathras, UP and demand justice for her. The cover-up being made by UP governmentnt is against all principles of constitutional governance.
  1283. Suhaib Sherwani, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, Academic, Aligarh Muslim Umiversity, I fully endorse the stand taken by ICW. Atrocities against marginalized sections of society, including Dalits, tribal people, minorities, women, must stop.
  1284. Goldie Osuri, London, , Europe, Academic, University of Warwick,
  1285. Petr Daněk, Brno, Czech Republic, Europe, Academic, Masaryk University,
  1286. Cheryl Janagaraj, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, Professional, , If India is to thrive, we must become a more inclusive society.
  1287. Ranjini Menon, , , India, Independent, ,
  1288. Farrukh Quraishi, Blackburn, Lancashire, Europe, Academic, , Please stop the brutality and discrimination
  1289. Gavin Hartley, Burnley, Lancashire, Europe, Professional, Trade Unions,
  1290. Anjan Mukhopadhyay, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Independent, ,
  1291. DrLawrence Prabhakar Williams, CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, India, Academic, Centre for Public Policy Research,
  1292. Hasan Tunay, Preston, UK, Europe, Professional, ,
  1293. David Beale, Chorley, UK, Europe, Academic, University of Manchester,
  1294. Bolan Gangopadhyay, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Independent, , Raping has become a sport for men. Stop this .
  1295. Simran Wasnik, Nagbhir, Maharashtra, India, Academic, ,
  1296. Joseph Xavier, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India, Academic, Joseph's College, Women need to respected, irrespective of who she is.
  1297. Rupak Kumar Singh, Jehanabad, Bihar, India, Academic, CSRD JNU, Power suppressing the powerless has been new definition of normalcy in this current governmentality.
  1298. MALCOLM SMITH, ANTIBES 06600, ALPES MARITIMES, Europe, Independent, ,
  1299. M. Kumar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, Journalism, This is a reflection on how entrenched the caste system is, in India. Hope the courts will not be carried away by the false narrative of the UP government and ensure strict action against the perpetrators of this heinouus and unpardonable crime and the police force too, for their clear complicity.
  1300. David Beale, Chorley, UK, Europe, Academic, University of Manchester,
  1301. Shambhavi Bhat, Rotterdam, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1302. Gaganjot Singh, Kanpur, UP, India, Academic, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur,
  1303. Abhijit Sengupta, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1304. mohini mullick, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, IITKANPUR,
  1305. Blodsow V S, Alleppey, Kerala, India, Professional, ,
  1306. Asis Kumar Das, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Independent, ,
  1307. Haripriya Rangan, Melbourne, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Academic, University of Melbourne,
  1308. Wilson Dsouza, Kalyan, Maharashtra, India, Professional, TCS,
  1309. Aman Chokshi, Melbourne, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Academic, University of Melbourne,
  1310. Gita Bhatia, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Independent, ,
  1311. Riaz M, , , Canada, Professional, ,
  1312. Kapoor Singh, Jalandhar, Punjab, India, Professional, Government Officer, Rights of all especially most vulnerable must be protected.
  1313. D. Albert, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Unaffiliated, Pune, The rise of Hindu Rashtra in India certainly seems to coincide with the rise in atrocities on women from the Dalit community. The State of UP has become the laboratory of Hindu Rashtra.
  1314. Kanti Singh, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India, Academic, ,
  1315. Atul Gurtu, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, Retired, What is happening is horrific; but the way the state is behaving is beyond horrific, it's evil! What a shame. Certainly deserves international protest, if not intervention. Can one go to some International Court?
  1316. SAMAR SINGH, VIEWBANK, VIC, Asia/Pacific, Academic, retired, Australia,
  1317. Godfrey DLima, Nandurbar, Maharashtra, India, Independent, ,
  1318. Judith Siqueira SIQU eira, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Iwtf,
  1319. Mariya Khan, Hague, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1320. Mario Gomez, Colombo, , Asia/Pacific, Academic, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Sri Lanka,
  1321. Amod Shah, The Hague, , Europe, Academic, ,
  1322. Harshit R, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1323. Romar Correa, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, University of Mumbai, The darkness descends and will envelop us completely.
  1324. Kumkum Nongrum, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Great Manager Institute,
  1325. Chandra Poojary, Mangalore, Karnataka, India, Academic, Ret Professor of Kannada University, Hampi, Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. In India democracy is confined to elections. Democratic values never practiced. The so called pillars of demoracy became pillars of tyranny. people need to awaken and take steps to rectify the present movement towards autocracy.
  1326. Arati Chokshi, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Academic, ,
  1327. Selena Palomino, St. Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1328. Himika Bhattacharya, BROOKLYN, New York, USA, Independent, ,
  1329. krishnapriya C P, Chennai, TN, India, Independent, ,
  1330. Sreekumar Nair, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India, Independent, ,
  1331. Geeta Varma, MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, India, Independent, Independent Professional, I want a society on merits and not on class differentiation. I condemn such heinous crimes against any person
  1332. Pradeep Bansod, BRUXELLES 2, Brussels, Europe, Professional, AIM Europe, Tis Henious crime is blot on Humanity & the way victim & her family is treated make this incident worrying.. Justice needs to be delivered..
  1333. Sangharatna Thaore, Abudhabi, , Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  1334. Sowmya Dechamma C C, Hyderabad, TELANGANA, India, Academic, ,
  1335. Naresh Dadhich, PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, India, Academic, IUCAA,
  1336. Prabhsharan Singh, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, Student,
  1337. Radhika Mahesh, BENGALURU, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1338. Bhaskar Chakraborty, Mumbai, , India, Professional, ,
  1339. Shubhendu Sen, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India, Professional, AICCTU/CPIML Liberation,
  1340. Margalit Chu, Berkeley, CA, USA, Professional, , This needs to stop now!!
  1341. Shernaz Italia, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Independent, ,
  1342. Maya Rao, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Professional, Theatre Artist,
  1343. Abhishek Chavda, Rajkot, Gujarat, India, Academic, , Shame on indian government.
  1344. Ismail Poonawala, Ranco Palos Verdes, CA, USA, Academic, UCLA,
  1345. Muhammad Aleem, Montreal, Qubec, Canada, Professional, ,
  1346. Oancea Mihai, Bucharest, Romania, Europe, Academic, UCTRR,
  1347. Harmeet Singh, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Professional, ,
  1348. Ram Puniyani, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Center For Study of Society and Secularism,
  1349. Felix Padel, Delhi, , Europe, Academic, Oxford University,
  1350. Adriana Garriga-López, Kalamazoo, MI, USA, Academic, Kalamazoo College, Women and girls have the right to live in peace!
  1351. Cindi Katz, New York, NY, USA, Academic, City University of New York Graduate Center,
  1352. Hannah Carlan, LOS ANGELES, California, USA, Academic, University of California, Los Angeles,
  1353. Theano S. TERKENLI, Mytiline, Lesvos, Europe, Academic, University of the Aegean, THIS IS AN OUTRAGE AND MUST BE PUT TO AN END AT ONCE AND THE CULPRITS PROSECUTED IN AN EXEMPLARY WAY
  1354. Vinalini Mathrani, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Academic, Headstreams,
  1355. Gwendolyn Kirk, Lahore, Punjab, Asia/Pacific, Academic, LUMS,
  1356. Lambodara Nag, Bolangir, Odisha, India, Independent, , I demand justice for the victim and protection for her family
  1357. Jackson Wong, Troy, New York, USA, Independent, ,
  1358. Madhulika Murali, Miami, Florida, USA, Professional, Community Justice Project,
  1359. Jay Sharma, Syracuse, NY, USA, Academic, Work,
  1360. Anuradha Narayanan, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, None,
  1361. AUGUST NIMTZ, MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, I'm honored to have been asked to sign on to this all-so important campaign. I'd be derelict not to endorse in this so-called George Floyd moment.
  1362. Anandi Gupta, Chicago, IL, USA, Professional, ,
  1363. Sunayana Walia, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Independent, , Rapes and sexual violence against Dalits has been increasing day by day. It is further a matter of utter shame how the state is protecting the perpetrators and taking away even the basic rights of the deceased through power. I condemn the state’s role and demand justice for Hathras victim’s family.
  1364. Shobana Ram, East Elmhurst, NY, USA, Independent, ,
  1365. Aytak Dibavar, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York university,
  1366. Debarati Choudhury, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, Academic, TISS Hyderabad,
  1367. Ashok Choudhary, Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India, Independent, All India Union of Forest Working People, This barbaric attack is violation of Constitutional rights of marginalized scheduled castes people and purposely done by the regime to terrorise and criminalised the community. This has been continuously going on since this rightist upper caste government came to power in 2017. Need to be condemned
  1368. Heather Day Day, Seattle, WA, USA, Professional, Community Alliance for Global Justice,
  1369. Nimisha Nagalia, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, Alliance of Progressive South Asians,
  1370. Mohammed Ali, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Academic, ,
  1371. Abdul Aleem Khan, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Professional, Society for Labor and Development,
  1372. Joan Scott, LAKEWOOD, CO, USA, Independent, ,
  1373. Gautham R, Thrissur, Kerala, India, Professional, , Casteism and it's horrors have to be exposed to the International community, who seem blissfully oblivious of it.
  1374. Ronald Greene, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1375. Khalid Parray, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, Professional, Finance, Justice for all the Dalits and Tribals in India, who are treated like cattle Nothing has changed in fascist India
  1376. Laura Fair, East Lansing, MI, USA, Academic, ,
  1377. Shyam Ranganathan, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1378. M Ameen, Seattle, Washington, USA, Independent, , India has got worst due to #RSS. It must die as an org for india to prosper
  1379. Sayge Carroll, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Independent, ,
  1380. Abidullah Mohammed, Toronto, ON, Canada, Academic, ,
  1381. Ishfaq Malik, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Academic, ,
  1382. Frank Saptel, Toronto, ON, Canada, Professional, ,
  1383. Saira Mukherjee, Austin, Texas, USA, Academic, Tufts,
  1384. Truely Squires, Minneapolis, Mn, USA, Academic, ,
  1385. Anita Chikkatur, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Carleton College,
  1386. Yousuf Syed, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Professional, Canadians Against Oppression & Persecution, Cases like Hathras are shameful and gives a free pass to the rapists to use rape as a weapon to promote Casteism. It’s a deliberate effort to make crime a part of the system which needs to be defended. We support our Dalit brethren as they stand to fight for justice for the victim of Hathras case.
  1387. Ashwini Deo, COLUMBUS, OH, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  1388. Naomi Scheman, Arlington, MA, USA, Academic, Professor emerita of Philosophy, University of Minnesota,
  1389. Thinles Choskit, Leh, Ladakh, India, Academic, ,
  1390. Estella Fein, Boulder Creek, California, USA, Professional, Retired from New York City public school system and from San Francisco school system and from San Lorenzo Valley school system, This kind of brutality against women must be addressed internationally
  1391. Linda Carty, Syracuse, NY, USA, Academic, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.,
  1392. Nimisha Nagalia, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, Alliance of Progressive South Asians,
  1393. Nimisha Nagalia, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, Alliance of Progressive South Asians,
  1394. amir geiger, rio de janeiro, rj, Latin America, Academic, uni-rio,
  1395. Sonal Dixit, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Professional, ,
  1396. Margo Okazawa-Rey Okazawa-Rey, BERKELEY, CA, USA, Academic, San Francisco State University,
  1397. srinivas maturi, visakhapatnam, AP, USA, Academic, ngo, would like to bd a part
  1398. Jelica Roland, Buzet, None, Europe, Independent, ,
  1399. Subhash Rauthu, Barrie, ON, Canada, Academic, ,
  1400. Vinodh Kutty, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, University of Minnesota, I condemn this violence against Dalit women by the Police-State in India.
  1401. Sam Poindexter, Minneapolis, Mn, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota Twin Cities,
  1402. OISHIK SIRCAR, KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL, India, Academic, ,
  1403. Durgesh Solanki, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Academic, Johns Hopkins University,
  1404. Kalyani Jayasankar, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, Academic, Princeton University,
  1405. Harsha Pilli, , , USA, Professional, ,
  1406. Mark Pedelty, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1407. M Warwick, St. Paul, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  1408. Rayadas Manthena, White River Junction, VT, USA, Professional, ,
  1409. Madhusmita Bora, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Independent, ,
  1410. James Howland, Athens, GA, USA, Professional, IEEE,
  1411. Smita Swarup, ATHENS, GA, USA, Professional, Global citizen, My father, Prof Shanti Swarup was a freedom fighter; retired as Professor Emeritus, Pol Sc, Panjab University. I am sharing two videos he made in Mar 2020 a few weeks before he passed at age 96. Pl help save India. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRR9EPNUUJw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMjEzJ1
  1412. Reshmi Nair, Camden, Nj, USA, Independent, ,
  1413. Elja Roy, St. Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1414. Vijay Puli, Toronto, ON, Canada, Professional, SADAN- South Asian Dalit Adivasi Network, Canada,
  1415. Subhash Rauthu, Barrie, ON, Canada, Academic, ,
  1416. Mia Nakano, , , Asia/Pacific, Professional, Anakbayan Philippines,
  1417. Gayatri Kalra, Singapore, Singapore, Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  1418. Aroop Mangalik, Albuquerque, NM, USA, Academic, Retired university of New Mexico, The government is doing horrible things to Dalits and Muslims
  1419. Joshua Morrison, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities,
  1420. Narayanaswamy Venkatayogi, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, Professional, ,
  1421. Dharashree Das, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Academic, PhD Candidate, Simon Fraser University, Canada,
  1422. Devleena Chakraborty, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Professional, Freelance screenwriter and captionist,
  1423. Aisha Udochi, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities,
  1424. Brittany Knutson, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities,
  1425. Sophia Breitag, , , USA, Professional, ,
  1426. Angana Chatterji, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1427. Magili Quinn, , , USA, Professional, ,
  1428. Samira Musleh, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities,
  1429. feroz mehdi, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, Independent, General Secretary, Alternatives International,
  1430. Borka Rudić, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe, Professional, The BH Journalists Association,
  1431. nyeree boyadjian, Flushing, Ny, USA, Academic, ,
  1432. Sean Golden, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities,
  1433. Andrea Michels, Selden, Ny, USA, Academic, ,
  1434. Carl Flink, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota & Black Label Movement Dance Company,
  1435. nyeree boyadjian, Flushing, Ny, USA, Academic, ,
  1436. Aishu Amarnath, Seattle, WA, USA, Academic, ,
  1437. Farrah Tek, St. Paul, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1438. rosina kazi, toronto, ON, Canada, Professional, LAL,
  1439. Laurie Schlosser, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  1440. Brit Mo, Morrisville, Pennsylvania, USA, Professional, ,
  1441. James Furukawa, Anaheim, CA, USA, Independent, ,
  1442. Sidharth Anand, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA, Academic, Tufts University,
  1443. Martina Litty, Laurinburg, NC, USA, Independent, ,
  1444. Naimah Petigny, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, ,
  1445. Krithi Ram-Junnarkar, New York, NY, USA, Academic, Tufts University,
  1446. Wangeci Wanyiri, Grandview, MO, USA, Academic, ,
  1447. Ana Villasmil, , , Latin America, Academic, ,
  1448. Shikha Patnaik, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Asia/Pacific, Professional, Third World People’s Alliance, I unite with the ICW’s statement. Down with Brahmanism.
  1449. Madhu Bri, , , Europe, Academic, ,
  1450. John Lyons, New Berlin, WI, USA, Independent, University of Iowa, The police state must be held accountable.
  1451. Eamon Kuo, Urbana, Illinois, USA, Academic, ,
  1452. Samantha Demers, Shelby, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  1453. Mariya Khan, Washington, DC, USA, Independent, ,
  1454. Mark Bauman, Madison, WI, USA, Independent, ,
  1455. Gautham Reddy, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Academic, ,
  1456. Jai Sen, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Independent, ,
  1457. Anu MUNDKUR, , , Asia/Pacific, Independent, ,
  1458. Alyssa Morris, Granger, 46530, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  1459. Beverly Sheftall, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Academic, Spelman College,
  1460. Deepa Banerjee, Bellevue, WA, USA, Academic, University of Washington,
  1461. Isaac Esposto, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1462. Aparna Sundar, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, University of Toronto, Canada,
  1463. Pratiksha menon, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1464. Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, End the state-endorsed racial and gender violence against Dalit women in Uttar Pradesh now!
  1465. Sreyashi Ray, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1466. Kendra McSweeney, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Geography,
  1467. Nayantara Sheoran, Wellington, North Island, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Victoria University of Wellington,
  1468. Huma Dar, Berkeley, CA, USA, Academic, California College of the Arts, I vehemently oppose the structural Brahminical Supremacy which undergirds the quotidian violence against Dalits, Bahujans, Adivasis, Kashmiri Muslims, Indian Muslims, Christians, et al.
  1469. Soren Stevenson, minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1470. Ragui Assaad, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1471. Teresa Kotturan, New York, NY, USA, Independent, Sisters of Charity Federation,
  1472. Medha Faust-Nagar, St. Paul, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  1473. Rajita Menon, Brighton, MA, USA, Professional, ,
  1474. Chitra Vairavan, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, Alliance of Progressive South Asians (twin cities),
  1475. David Valentine, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1476. Shampa Biswas, Walla Walla, , USA, Academic, ,
  1477. dipankar mulherjee, minneapolis, minnesotta, USA, Professional, pangeavworldvtheater,
  1478. DARLA MUNROE, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, --None--,
  1479. Ather Zia, Greeley, CO, USA, Academic, University of Northern Colorado,
  1480. Ana Carvalhaes, São Paulo, São Paulo, Latin America, Professional, PSOL,
  1481. Patricia Avery, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1482. Sruthi Narayanan, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1483. Mahesh Wasnik, Detroit, Mi, USA, Professional, NRI Ambedkarite, Atrocity must stop
  1484. Rebecca Kose, Tucson, Arizona, USA, Independent, ,
  1485. Meredith Song, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1486. Nate Rabe, Armadale, Victoria, Asia/Pacific, Professional, CARE,
  1487. Jayashree Kamble Kamble, Jackson Heights, NY, USA, Academic, ,
  1488. Amit Chandramouly, Bangalore, KA, India, Academic, Syracuse University,
  1489. Trish DeRocher, Ripton, VT, USA, Independent, Transformative Consciousness, LLC,
  1490. Elora Chowdhury, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Academic, UMass Boston,
  1491. AK Wright, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1492. Mubina Qureshi, Falcon Heights, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  1493. David Kalal, New York, NY, USA, Independent, ,
  1494. Basav Sen, , , USA, Professional, Institute for Policy Studies Climate Policy Program,
  1495. E. Ornelas, Duluth, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1496. Kari Pederson, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies,
  1497. Swati Chattopadhyay, Santa Barbara, California, USA, Academic, Department of History of Art and Architecture, UC Santa Barbara,
  1498. Taki Manolakos, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1499. J Alabi, New York, NY, USA, Independent, , This must end. India's name is being dragged through the mud by its own people committing atrocities against Dalits and other protected classes of people. This must end!
  1500. Radhika Balakrishnan, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1501. Avanti Mukherjee Mukherjee, CORTLAND, 4133875776, USA, Academic, ,
  1502. Angela Davis, Oakland, CA, USA, Academic, UC SantaCruz,
  1503. Debjani Chakravarty, , Utah, USA, Academic, ,
  1504. Arpita Biswas, Sunderland, Massachusetts, USA, Academic, UMass Amherst,
  1505. Kamakshi Amar, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, London School of Economics,
  1506. Tasneem Mohamed, Cape Town, , Africa, Independent, ,
  1507. Ashu Dua, Callgary, Alberta, Canada, Professional, No one,
  1508. Florian Schybilski, Berlin, Germany, Europe, Academic, ,
  1509. Gloria Raheja, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1510. Faiza Mushtaq, Karachi, Sindh, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  1511. Eric Sheppard Sheppard, Encino, United States, USA, Academic, UCLA,
  1512. Danielle Gaynor, London, UK, Europe, Professional, National Health Service, Enough of the hatred and division. We are all people. We are all one.
  1513. Cosimo Zene, London, , Europe, Academic, Professor Emeritus, SOAS University of London,
  1514. Adriana Buzetto, Barcelona, Catalunia, Europe, Professional, ,
  1515. David Barkin, Morelia, Michoacan, Latin America, Academic, Metropolitan Autonomous University - Xochimilco Campus, A VERY IMPORTANT problem -- unfortunately one that is also very serious in Mexico also!
  1516. Jogi Bhagat, Austin, Texas, USA, Independent, ,
  1517. Abidin Kusno, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, ,
  1518. Tania Das Gupta, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1519. Julie Reyes, , , Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  1520. Raymond Duvall, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1521. Ana Ferreira, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1522. William Beeman, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Department of Anthropology, University of Minnesota,
  1523. salma ismail, Cape Town, , Africa, Academic, UCT,
  1524. Bharti Dongre, Bhopal, Madya Pradesh, India, Independent, ,
  1525. Reena Maheshwari, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  1526. Susan Newman, Trumansburg, NY, USA, Academic, ,
  1527. Mubina Qureshi, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, SEWA-AIFW,
  1528. Agustin Pablo Russo, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Latin America, Professional, ,
  1529. Hari Cherupalli, Sunnyvale, California, USA, Professional, ,
  1530. Shailja Sharma, , , USA, Academic, ,
  1531. Pranav Jani, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Associate Professor, Ohio State University,
  1532. FABIOLA GOMES, BRASILIA, CAPITAL CITY, Latin America, Academic, BRASILIA UNIVERSITY,
  1533. Helen Clayson, Masterton, Wellington, Africa, Academic, Masterton Medical,
  1534. Sarah Hunt, Victoria, BC, Canada, Academic, University of Victoria,
  1535. Hari Nair, Chicago, Illinois, USA, Professional, ,
  1536. Gyan Kumar, San Rafael, CA, USA, Professional, , United Nations human rights group should take note of such crimes against humanity happening on a daily basis in India.
  1537. Sridevi Thakkilapati, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Professional, Preterm, I condemn the police violence against Dalit women. India must act to stop these horrific oppression and becomes just nation.
  1538. Sumanth Gopinath, , MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1539. Archana Venkatesh, , SC, USA, Academic, ,
  1540. Eugx Grotz, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Latin America, Academic, University of Buenos Aires and CONICET Argentina,
  1541. Rajesh Kasturirangan, Belmont, MA, USA, Academic, ,
  1542. hamiuda soubi, casablanca, casa-settat, Africa, Professional, FMAS,
  1543. Kalyani W, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Independent, ,
  1544. Hanan Sabea, Cairo, Giza Governorate, Africa, Academic, American University in Cairo,
  1545. Jigna Desai, MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities,
  1546. Arul P, Redmond, WA, USA, Professional, , Caste based rapes are increasing in an alarming rate. I condemn this braminical crime.
  1547. Swati Bhalavi, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, LIT Nagpur, I condemn the act of in humanity, people in power trying to cover things and trying to fabricate story, unnecessary irrelevant debates being conducted to dilute situation. In sensitive political stands and comparison with other crime, conspiracy being created. Voices are being suppressed. #Justice
  1548. Arpon Kumar Bhattacharjee, , Assam, India, Professional, Professional Assistance for Development Action - PRADAN,
  1549. Uma Mohanty, New York, New York, USA, Academic, The New School,
  1550. Fnu Disket dolkar, Woodside, New York, USA, Academic, , Justice ✊
  1551. KRISTINE MILLER, SAINT PAUL, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1552. Amanda Swarr, Seattle, WA, USA, Academic, Department of GWSS, University of Washington,
  1553. Pallavi Rao, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, Academic, Indiana University Bloomington,
  1554. Nivea de Souza, São Paulo, São Paulo, Latin America, Independent, FMVZ-USP,
  1555. Shruti Kapoor, , NY, USA, Professional, ,
  1556. Arvind Menon, San Diego, California, USA, Professional, ,
  1557. Purnima Bose, Bloomington, IN, USA, Academic, Indiana University, Bloomington,
  1558. Ankita Aggarwal, , Jharkhand, India, Academic, ,
  1559. Kanthi Iyer, Seattle, Washington, USA, Independent, ,
  1560. Noeleen McIlvenna, Xenia, OH, USA, Academic, Wright State University,
  1561. Sreejitha Sasikumar, Palakkad, Kerala, India, Academic, Higher College of Technology, This needs to stop.
  1562. Ragini Menon, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Independent, ,
  1563. SeungGyeong Ji, St.Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, I pray for the justice in Uttat Pradesh!
  1564. Syed Naqvi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, Professional, ,
  1565. Bhavana Goparaju, , Minnesota, USA, Academic, ,
  1566. Ritika Ganguly Ganguly, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  1567. Niyati Panchal, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Academic, , This voice is not just for this case but for each girl or woman that's abused; molested or raped.
  1568. Bandana Mandal, Adra, West Bengal, India, Academic, School,
  1569. Kanak Natarajan, , CA, USA, Professional, Ambedkar King Study Circle,
  1570. Sheema Khawar, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1571. Nithya Rajan, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Gender, women and sexuality studies, UMN,
  1572. Diana Milstein, Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Latin America, Academic, CIS Conicet IDES, Todas somos dalit. Abrazos fraternales desde Argentina. Lucharemos juntas y juntos . NUNCA MÁS
  1573. siddharth ghosh, Fort Worth, TX, USA, Professional, ,
  1574. Joanne Richardson, Stillwater, MN, USA, Professional, Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota,
  1575. Girija Saroj, Allahabd, Up, India, Independent, Hotels,
  1576. Anna Bruni, London, County, Europe, Professional, ,
  1577. Renísia Garcia, Brasília, DF, Latin America, Academic, Geppherg UnB,
  1578. Vishal Jamkar, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1579. Soumya Chakravarti, CLAREMONT, CA, USA, Academic, ,
  1580. Arindita Gogoi, Secunderabad, Telangana, India, Independent, Experiential Educator and Trainer,
  1581. Juliet Brown, London, UK, Europe, Academic, University College London,
  1582. Parijat Desai, NEW YORK, NY, USA, Independent, Parijata Dance Company, I strongly condemn the horrific violence against Dalit women and all Dalit/Bahujan/Adivasi people. I also condemn the Hindu scripture that sanctions and encourages violence, as well as the systems of power—police, doctors, judges, and lawyers—who pile on still more trauma onto the attacked.
  1583. Rishabh Ahuja, Kolkata, West Bengal, Asia/Pacific, Professional, Tag,
  1584. Maria Cecilia Schwedhelm, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1585. Sriyandass Adidass, San Jose, CA, USA, Professional, ,
  1586. Ruchi Shroff, Rome, Italy, Europe, Independent, ,
  1587. Shweta Ganesh Kumar, , Kerala, USA, Independent, ,
  1588. Shruti Mukherjee, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA, Academic, SUNY Stony Brook,
  1589. Ramesh Katke, Amravati, Maharashtra, India, Professional, Buddhist Revival Trust, Save these Human Right activists, Save Humanity.
  1590. leena ranade, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Professional, ,
  1591. Sonali Pahwa, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1592. Vishram Singh, Fremont, CA, USA, Professional, Tesla,
  1593. Sohini Dutta, , Maharashtra, India, Academic, IIT-Bombay, Mumbai,
  1594. Alexandra Berger, , New York, USA, Academic, ,
  1595. Sujata Ramteke, New Milford, New Jersey, USA, Professional, , This was a horrifying act. Many such Dalit women get raped in every corner of India. But never get justice just because they are Dalits. We need to fight together to have equal respect for all women. I strongly condemn it. And the government is way worse than I thought.
  1596. Carol Babiracki, Syracuse, New York, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  1597. Prema Kurien, Syracuse, NY, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  1598. grazia borrini-feyerabend, Le Mont Pelerin, Switzerland, Europe, Independent, ,
  1599. Renu K, , California, USA, Professional, ,
  1600. DECHEN ANGMO, Jammu, Jammu, India, Independent, None,
  1601. Jinath Tasnim, , MN, USA, Professional, ,
  1602. Durga Bor, Trumansburg, NY, USA, Academic, Cornell University (retired), Stop the dastardly acts happening in India. Rape should be punished by incarceration and possible death penalty, because it is a form of murder. Something inside a woman is killed when she is raped.
  1603. Parijat Ghosh, Faridabad, Hariyana, India, Independent, ,
  1604. Keavy McFadden, Chicago, IL, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1605. Varnica Arora, New York, NY, USA, Academic, CUNY,
  1606. Phuntsog Angmo, Leh, Ladakh, India, Professional, Media, This division on basis of caste needs to end soon. Many are living miserable lives and even dying miserably by the hands of these sick minded Police and Politicians and their goons
  1607. Antonádia Borges, Brasília, Distrito Federal, Latin America, Academic, Universidade de Brasilia,
  1608. Manchala Gangadhar, Warangal, Telangana, India, Academic, Democratic Teachers Federation,
  1609. Kritishnu Sanyal, Howrah, West Bengal, India, Academic, IIT Mandi/ PhD Researcher,
  1610. Zenzele Isoke, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota, Twin,
  1611. Stanzin Youtso, Leh, Ladakh, India, Academic, ,
  1612. Vinod Mubayi, Miller Place, New York, USA, Independent, Insaf Bulletin,
  1613. Linda Peake, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1614. Adrita Rahman, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, APSA,
  1615. Daanish Mustafa, London, Please Select (only U.S. / Can / Aus), Europe, Academic, King's College, London,
  1616. Peter Lipman, Bristol, Avon, Europe, Independent, ,
  1617. Subramanya Sastry Sastry, , MN, USA, Independent, ,
  1618. Ajla Avdic, , NY, USA, Academic, ,
  1619. Rupal Oza, New York, NY, USA, Academic, ,
  1620. Hanna Bollmann, Syracuse, New York, USA, Professional, Syracuse University,
  1621. Beaudelaine Pierre, MPLS, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1622. Joya Misra, Amherst, MA, USA, Academic, University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
  1623. Mallory Hennigar, Syracuse, NY, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  1624. Mohammad Amir Askari, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, Independent, none,
  1625. karmini sharma, coventry, coventry, Europe, Academic, university of warwick,
  1626. Veena Jamkar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, Actor, I support the cause . I strongly appose caste based world ....
  1627. Nandini Valsan, Doha, Qatar, Asia/Pacific, Professional, ,
  1628. Ilan Kapoor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1629. Aparajita De, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Academic, ,
  1630. Nandia B, San Jose, California, USA, Professional, IT,
  1631. Suzanne Bergeron, Milford, MI, USA, Academic, University of Michigan Dearborn,
  1632. mona bhan, Syracuse, NY, USA, Academic, Anthropology Syracuse University,
  1633. Akta Kaushal, , New York, USA, Academic, ,
  1634. Milica Pesic, London, England, Europe, Professional, ,
  1635. Sonia Bhalotra, Colchester, Essex, Europe, Academic, University of Essex UK, I am outraged at this horrific violence and express solidarity with all the families of survivors and victims of caste-based violence in India, and to join concerned citizens across India and the world to demand accountability and justice for the victims
  1636. Aparna Tarc, London, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1637. Rebecca Ropers, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1638. Sonny Singh, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Independent, ,
  1639. Julia Brokaw, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1640. Laurence Davis, , Ireland, Europe, Academic, ,
  1641. Jessy James, Cupertino, United States, USA, Professional, ,
  1642. Peter Dumont, London, UK, Europe, Academic, ,
  1643. Meira Shore, London, london, Europe, Academic, ,
  1644. Celina Su, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Academic, ,
  1645. Emek Ergun, Charlotte, NC, USA, Academic, UNC Charlotte,
  1646. Nina Asher, , MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1647. rani Khanna, london, london, Europe, Professional, You & Eye Films, This is beyond horrific and inhuman. How can India be considered a democracy when women & Dalits are not safe anywhere, at any time? I made a film in 2001 about the Dalit women in Bihar fighting for justice: Amazons In saris , and am truly appalled by how nothing has changed or improved for them.
  1648. Inika Raikar, , MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1649. BRITT BAATJES, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, Africa, Academic, ,
  1650. Sima Shakhsari, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, Imagining Transnational Solidarities Research Circle,
  1651. Sonia Arora, PORT WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, USA, Professional, Ed-Lib,
  1652. Rovel Sequeira, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Academic, University of Pennsylvania,
  1653. chitra r, , Karnataka, India, Academic, ,
  1654. Chandra T Mohanty, Ithaca, NY, USA, Academic, Syracuse University,
  1655. Carol Munter, Ojai, CA, USA, Professional, Institute for Psychoanalyric Trining and Research,
  1656. David Faust, St. Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1657. Sanober Umar, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1658. Carol Munter, Ojai, CA, USA, Professional, Institute for Psychoanalyric Trining and Research,
  1659. Vidhya Shanker, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Independent, ,
  1660. Geneva Mattoon, Denver, CO, USA, Independent, ,
  1661. Christopher Forster-Smith, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Professional, U.S. Government,
  1662. Radhika Mongia, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Academic, York University,
  1663. Jyoti Puri, LEXINGTON, MA, USA, Academic, Simmons College,
  1664. Amrita Dhar, Worthington, Ohio, USA, Academic, The Ohio State University,
  1665. Ketaki Jaywant, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1666. Shiney V, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Professional, ,
  1667. david white, Beverly Hills, CA, USA, Academic, University of California,
  1668. Amar Jesani, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Professional, Forum for Medical Ethics Society,
  1669. Sangeeta Kamat, New York, NY, USA, Academic, UMASS Amherst, The way the state has conducted itself after the death of the young woman has turned the act of caste violence into one of casteist state violence. We are appalled at the conduct of the state and the state violation of the basic rights and dignity of the family.
  1670. Mat Coleman, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  1671. Sheetal Digariq, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1672. Barbara Gold Gold, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Professional, ,
  1673. Anindita Chatterjee, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1674. Kasturi Sen, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Professional, Human Rights Lawyer,
  1675. Narmada Venkateswaran, , MN, USA, Academic, ,
  1676. Richa Nagar, Saint Paul, MN, USA, Academic, University of Minnesota,
  1677. Zhongjin Li, , Missouri, USA, Academic, ,
  1678. Paddy Quick, Brooklyn, NY, USA, Academic, Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE), Signed as individual, not as representatative of organization
  1679. Atreyi Dasgupta, , TX, USA, Academic, Sanhati,
  1680. Raja Swamy, Knoxville, TN, USA, Academic, ICWI,
  1681. Teresa Kotturan, New York, NY, USA, Independent, Sisters of Charity Federation,
  1682. Anu Sharma, New York, NY, USA, Academic, ,
  1683. Ania Loomba, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, Academic, CAFI,
  1684. Joel Wainwright, Columbus, OH, USA, Academic, Department of Geography, Ohio State University,
  1685. Sirisha Naidu, , MO, USA, Academic, ,
  1686. Suvir Kaul, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Academic, University of Pennsylvania,
  1687. Marcus Power, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, Europe, Academic, Durham University,
  1688. Samantha Agarwal, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Academic, Johns Hopkins University,
  1689. Partha Chakrabartty, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Independent, ,
  1690. Ben Rogaly, Brighton, East Sussex, Europe, Academic, University of Sussex,
  1691. Susan Dhavle, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Academic, , This country and its people are reeling under the brutality of the BJP regime. The state of Uttar Pradesh is run by a BJP government whose name is Yogi Adityanath
  1692. Nancy Ettlinger Ettlinger, COLUMBUS, OH, USA, Academic, OHio State University,
  1693. Rahul Nair Nair, Dayton, OH, USA, Academic, Antioch College,
  1694. Kanchana Ruwanpura, , NA, Europe, Academic, ,
  1695. Becky Mansfield, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, Ohio State University,
  1696. Jacqueline Hirst, , Manchester, Europe, Academic, University of Manchester,
  1697. Dr Sunil Kumar Suman, KOLKATA, WB, India, Academic, MGAHV WARDHA, KOLKATA CENTRE,
  1698. Keith Reader, London, UK, Europe, Academic, ,
  1699. Nalini Nayak, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Academic, Delhi University (Retd),
  1700. Madhumita Dutta, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Academic, ,
  1701. Md. Malik Uddin, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Professional, Advocates' Chamber, I strongly condemn and stand against the most horrific acts of the accused persons and the police officers in Utter Pradesh and I demand that the Chief Minister must resign.
  1702. Srirupa Roy, Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Europe, Academic, ,
  1703. Deepak Kapur, Albuquerque, NM, USA, Academic, Univ. of New Mexico,
  1704. Ravi V.S., San Jose, CA, USA, Professional, ,
  1705. Elisabeth Weber, SANTA BARBARA, CA, USA, Academic, UCSB,
  1706. Peter Cheyne, Matsue, Shimane, Asia/Pacific, Academic, Shimane University,
  1707. D.A. Jacobson, Spring, IL, USA, Independent, AAUW, These outrages must end!!! India is supposed to be a spiritual land!
  1708. gill boehringer, Woy woy, NSW, Asia/Pacific, Academic, International Association of People's Lawyers, It is very disappointing that the Modi government hs not taken appropriate steps to deal with this terrifying problem.
  1709. Chukka Srinivas, San jose, California, USA, Professional, ,
  1710. Hiren Gandhi, , Gujarat, India, Academic, ,
  1711. Jagdeep CHHOKAR, New Delhi, Delhi, India, Independent, ,
  1712. Catherine Matsuo, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Asia/Pacific, Academic, ,
  1713. Joseph Mattam, Vadodara, Gujarat, India, Academic, GujaratVidya Deep,
  1714. Yasmin Saikia, Paradise Valley, AZ, USA, Academic, Arizona St Univ,
  1715. Ashima Roy Chowdhury, New Delhi, New Delhi NCR, India, Independent, Saheli women's resource centre,
  1716. Dr. Kuzhiyilethu Kumaroo, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA, Professional, KVM Concepts,
  1717. Navdeep Mathur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Academic, IIM Ahmedabad,
  1718. AJAY KUMAR, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India, Academic, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, This is was the unfortunate incident which happened with a Dalit girl in Hathras done by so-called upper caste. The biggest thing is that the Police administration is protecting the culprits. Justice is delaying with the victim family
  1719. Prasad Chacko, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Independent, Indepedent Consultant, Rise to restore democracy and the constitution in India! Overthrow political Hindutva!
  1720. Nagsen Rokade, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Independent, Triratna Institute, Shiv - Ganesh Residency , Fifth floor , Shirole nagar , Pimple - Guirav Flat no. 18/19
  1721. Mark Ginsburg, Santa Cruz, California, USA, Academic, University of Maryland,
  1722. Amitadyuti Kumar, Calcutta, West Bengal, India, Academic, APDR,
  1723. Narendra Subramanian, Montreal, QC, Canada, Academic, McGill University,
  1724. Allan Stewart-Oaten, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, Academic, Univ of California, Outrageous violence and collusion by government officials gives the lie to any claim of democracy or the rule of law in modern India. Why would any business trust its future under such a regime.
  1725. David Szanton, Berkeley, California, USA, Professional, Anthropology,
  1726. kuldip kumar, , haryana, India, Academic, , Let human dignity be protected
  1727. Panchanan Deep, Bhubaneswar, odisha, India, Academic, Kalingamitra,
  1728. Stuart Russell, Bordeaux, Gironde, Europe, Academic, Monitoring Committee on Attacks on Lawyers, International Association of People's Lawyers,
  1729. Gayatri Chatterjee, , Maharashtra, India, Academic, Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts,
  1730. Ajay Skaria, Minneapolis, Mn, USA, Academic, ,
  1731. Balaji Narasimhan, , CA, USA, Independent, ,
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