No Page for Dalits
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This short film emphasizes the religious or sacred basis of discrimination and one modern instance thereof, where caste members literally have no way to participate in the traditional Indian search for marital partners.
Wesley Shrum is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Video Ethnography Lab at LSU. Since 2014 he has been director of the Ethnografilm Festival in Paris, France.
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