It was March 8th but it wasn’t just about the day. It was about what we have to fight for, through the year: our right to occupy public spaces without being being molested, abused, threatened, humiliated, harassed. And occupy it, we did. In the most visible way possible, on one of the busiest streets in Delhi, at ITO, volunteers from Jagori and Blank Noise stood in a line right next to two traffic signals, forming ‘Y R U LOOKING AT ME?’ in English and ‘KYA DEKH RAHE HO’, in Hindi (using Devnagari script this time).

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