“Despite the challenges my family and I faced over the years, I became the first high school graduate from my village. I had become aware of the discrimination inflicted on me and my people and I viewed law as an empowering profession to not only enforce my rights but those of my community’s as well.”
– Karthika Annamalia, IDIA Scholar
“Unfortunately if you are a girl belonging to a lower middle class, this power of dream and imagination itself becomes a dream. No, I am not saying that my parents stopped me from pursuing my dreams. The point here is that a middle class society has a set pattern for the girls to follow”
– Namrata Dubey, IDIA Scholar
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