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How an ‘untouchable’ learnt to fight for her rights

By DW   |   22 March 2018   |   3:03 pm  
Hausa Sasane comes from India’s so-called ‘untouchable’ community. For decades, she has been eking out a living collecting trash. In the past, city officials harassed her. But since joining a co-operative for waste-pickers, her fortunes have changed.
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