Essay by Swati Khurana Featured in SAMAR

Like many artists, Swati Khurana was deeply devastated by the horrific rape and eventual death of a young student in Delhi, in December 2012. She joined other artists and activists, through the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective (SAWCC), in “Freedom Safety Now”—a protest and action in front of the Indian Consulate in NYC.

In an essay for the South Asian Magazine for Action and Reflection, Swati Khurana discusses her letterpress posters, typography in social movements, and harnassing outrage toward social change.

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