This week marks a year of Delhi riots that made communal lines visible. The experience of violence and fear was flashed through television screens, sensationalising the loss and invalidating the pain of many. What many images of death and violence fail to do, is to speak for those who were rendered homeless or lost much more than their livelihood.
A year after the Delhi Riots, Lawctopus wants to revisit the riots through you and give you a platform to voice your experiences. Your experience need not be dependant on physical proximity, it could also be how the time affected you mentally or otherwise. These stories need not be of pain and suffering but could also be of hope and change.
If you’d to remain anonymous through this process, we will respect that.
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Umang graduated from NUJS in 2019. After that, he worked at L&L Partners before taking up the role of an Editor at Lawctopus. You can find him on Twitter @UmangPod, and read some of his other writings at twodsinapodd.wordpress.com.
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