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Lakshmi Sarah

Born and raised in California, Lakshmi is a journalist and educator currently based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the past few years, she has worked with newspapers, radio and magazines from Gaborone, Botswana to Los Angeles, California. She is a graduate of Pitzer College (Claremont, CA) where she studied Global Communications and Studio Arts. She is a teacher and freelance writer/researcher.

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Latest posts by Lakshmi Sarah

13 May 2014

India: Mapping Street Harassment and Promoting Safe Cities

Safecity crowd-maps sexual harassment and abuse in public spaces in India, providing users the ability to report anonymously in under 2 minutes.

15 January 2014

Training Videos by Farmers, for Farmers

Digital Green integrates innovative technology with global development efforts to improve human wellbeing through the use of videos in the community for agricultural and health improvements.

13 December 2013

Taking Back the Tech: Using Wikipedia to Counter Violence Against Women

The first Hack4Change meetup in India included a Wikipedia edit-a-thon, expanding articles on violence against women, and collaborating on data-driven digital media projects related to women’s rights.

11 September 2013

Becoming a Community Photographer: A Window Into the “Real India”

"Storytelling Through Photography" workshops taught photo documentary skills to local community reporter-activists, illustrating daily life and its difficulties in rural India, a project collaboratively run by Video Volunteers and the...

18 July 2013

Improving Sanitation: Making Videos In South Delhi

Feminist Approaches to Technology is a group in Delhi, working to empower girls through video-making, enabling them to advocate for their communities.