Motherhood, Casteism, North Stars, and Navigating Change: Here's what's trending on ScrollStack this week

This week Ritika Mahajan talks about how Motherhood has taught her to be fearless. "I am a mother who became one, along with my husband, by figuring out things amid loads of prejudice and stereotyping. I made mistakes, learnt some things and unlearnt many others," she writes.

Meanwhile, Naghma Mulla speaks to Anita Gurumurthy, the founding member and executive director of IT for Change who leads research collaborations and projects in relation to the network society, with a focus on governance, democracy, and gender justice. "IT for Change works to address this growing inequality that is multiplied because of our inability to think or feel beyond ourselves," she writes. 

On the other hand, Re:Set brings forth the pertinent issue of how influencers are bringing casteism to social media and Bahujans have had enough. "With the advent of social media, this casteism has manifested online with some savarna influencers with a large following mocking their domestic workers online or even pinning them as the reason they contracted COVID-19," the article states.

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On Motherhood and What They Didn't Tell Me by Ritika Mahajan

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North Stars ft. Anita Gurumurthy by Naghma Mulla

The Four Questions: How Does One Navigate Change? by Rishad Tobaccowala

My practical workflow to backup and organise files on Google Drive by Abhijit Dey

Influencers Are Bringing Casteism to Social Media and Bahujans Have Had Enough by Re:Set