'Fearless' at Shaheen Bagh: Art as protest expression

Mar 12, 2020

The three-month-long unique Muslim women-led protests at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi against the controversial citizenship law has seen concerned people from all walks of life participate in solidarity and support, not just in the capital but all over the country. With the help of a group of 'fearless' artists, art has been used by the protesters to convey their angst and to inspire others to join in with their creative causes, spreading messages of peace, love, diversity and unity though murals and posters.

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