Dalits are segregated, and have unequal access to public goods in India's biggest cities
Calling the Indian village a ‘den of iniquity’, the founding father of India’s constitution, B.R. Ambedkar, exhorted Dalits to migrate from villages to cities to escape the shackles of caste. Ambedkar’s view continues to influence the dominant narrative on caste in India.
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