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Article NameTopic TypeWikipedia article?Wikipedia LinksStatusMajor Improvements NeededMinor Improvements NeededWikipedia CategoriesCommentsImage?Sources
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First Adi-Andhra Mahajana SabhaStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoMentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guduru_Venkatachalam. Note: Adi Andhra redirects to article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adi_Dravida. But there were several significant "Adi" (original/aboriginal/indigenous) anti-caste , anti-aryanism , anti-brahminism movements in Andhra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Punjab. I think its a good idea to address each movement with an article or do an Adi Movements articleNo
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Scheduled Castes and Scheduled TribesLegislation/Politicsyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheduled_Castes_and_Scheduled_Tribes#Constitutional_history 65th Amendment Act Includes Dalit Buddhists in Scheduled Caste Order: this amendment is briefly mentioned, needs expansion.SB: could expand the existing mention in the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes article, as well as consider adding somewhere in this article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalit_Buddhist_movement ?no
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Periyar E. V. RamasamyStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsyesAS. The conference is referenced here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periyar_E._V._Ramasamy#International_travel_.281929.E2.80.931932.29The Periyar article has only a line about the Tamils Conference in 1929, and can be greatly expanded with references if historically important. Periyar article has Anti-Brahminism, Dalit history categoriesAS: Vee, I presume there's no link to the Tamil conferences held on the language, or is that a place to improve too? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Tamil_Conference. MZM: I dont think this warrants its own article, perhaps a section on the article about the self respect movementNo
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Tata GroupBusinessyescould be added to either https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tata_Group or the DICCI article?Collaboration between Tata and DICCI should be mentioned here, or in the DICCI articleSB: with proper sourcing, could be added to either https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tata_Group or the DICCI article?no
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Arvind P. Nirmal
Struggles/Movements/Resolutionsyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arvind_P._NirmalTowards a Shudra Theology shakes the church - needs to be addedSB: Don't think this can begin with its own article, maybe add to Nirmal's article to start?no
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Manual scavengingStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsyescould be added to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manual_scavenging#Initiatives_for_eradicationSamajik Parivarthan Yatra for Eradication of Manual Scavenging - should be added to this articleSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check. no
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JatavAtrocitiesyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jatav
Atrocities Against Jatvas - should be added to this articleHas Dalit communities categorySB: I think this event could be included in the existing Jatav article (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jatav), which also needs some cleanupno
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Reservation policy in Tamil NaduLegislation/Politicsyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reservation_policy_in_Tamil_NaduArunthathiyar Internal Reservation Act - needs coverage in this articleno
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Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and IndustryBusinessyescould be incorporated into https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalit_Indian_Chamber_of_Commerce_and_IndustryExisting DICCI article needs citations, expansion, cleanup. Add coverage of first national Dalit trade fair. SB: the existing DICCI article needs citations, cleanup, expansion. Maybe this should be included there too?nohttp://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/companies-a-z/corporate-trends/ratan-tata-asks-india-inc-to-help-dalit-entrepreneurs-grow/articleshow/11147136.cms
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Ceylon Workers' CongressDalits in Sri LankayesPrivatization of Tea and Rubber Estates: could be incorporated into these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceylon_Workers%27_Congress, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_production_in_Sri_Lankano
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Tea production in Sri LankaDalits in Sri Lankayescould be incorporated into these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceylon_Workers%27_Congress, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_production_in_Sri_LankaStrike by Plantation workers begins in Sri Lanka: could be incorporated into these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceylon_Workers%27_Congress, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_production_in_Sri_Lankano
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Navayana BuddhismReligion NoMentioned here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalit_Buddhist_movement#Organized_mass_conversionsMass Conversion in Gulbarga City: can be incorporated into an article about Navayana Buddhism with a timeline of major conversions and a discussion on the states atempts to prevent conversions and the people's right to make decisions about their personal religious beliefsMZM: All of this can be incorporated into an article about Navayana Buddhism with a timeline of major conversions and a discussion on the states atempts to prevent conversions and the people's right to make decisions about their personal religious beliefs
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Navayana BuddhismReligion NoMentioned here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_conversion#BuddhismMass Dalit Conversion to Buddhism: can be incorporated into an article about Navayana Buddhism with a timeline of major conversions and a discussion on the states atempts to prevent conversions and the people's right to make decisions about their personal religious beliefs. Needs Dalit categoriesMZM: All of this can be incorporated into an article about Navayana Buddhism with a timeline of major conversions and a discussion on the states atempts to prevent conversions and the people's right to make decisions about their personal religious beliefs
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Dalit Demonstration in Support of "Riddles in Hinduism"Struggles/Movements/Resolutionsnomentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arun_Krushnaji_Kamble#Political_and_Social_careerSB: the book itself is listed in Ambedkar's article, etc, but the demonstrations don't seem to be comprehensively covered anywhere on Wikipedia. Mentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arun_Krushnaji_Kamble#Political_and_Social_careerno
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International Dalit Solidarity NetworkStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsnomentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Rights_and_Democracy_Networkno
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Kisan Faguji BansodLeadersNoMentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._N._HardasCreate new article - Vee. Mentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._N._HardasNo
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Five-Year Plans of IndiaStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsnono mention of critiques to any of the 5 year plans in this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five-Year_Plans_of_Indiano mention of Dalit Consultation to 10th 5-year plan, or of critiques to any of the 5 year plans in this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five-Year_Plans_of_Indiano
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Asia Dalit Rights ForumStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsnono mention on WP
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Dalit Sangharsha SamitiLegislation/Politicsnoredlink mentions in several biographical articles, including https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._Krishnappa redlink mentions in several biographical articles, including https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._Krishnappa no
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Dalit MurasuStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsnoredlinked from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K._Krishnasamyredlinked from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K._Krishnasamyno
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Kalekuri PrasadArts and Literaturenoredlinked from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sri_Ramulayyaredlinked from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sri_RamulayyaMZM: NEEDS own articleno
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Dalit CameraStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsnoredlinked from these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravi_Chandran_Chakkiliyan, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bojja_Tharakamredlinked from these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravi_Chandran_Chakkiliyan, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bojja_TharakamA: Wikipedia page should be createdno
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Prevention of Social Disabilities ActDalits in Sri Lankanoredlinked from this article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maviddapuram_Kandaswamy_Temple#Historyredlinked from this article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maviddapuram_Kandaswamy_Temple#Historyno
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NACDORStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsnoredlinked from this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Bhartiredlinked from this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Bhartino
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Temple Entry BillStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoReferenced in P. Subbarayan's article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._Subbarayan and could possibly be referenced in this Temple Entry Proclamation article for Kerala: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_Entry_ProclamationThere is no reference to Dr. Ambedkar's refusal to support the Temple Entry Bill in the Subbarayan article, and no categories linked to caste legislation (as there is in the Temple Entry proclamation for Kerala). But any additional text needs references, and the listing of reasons for Dr. Ambedkar's lack of support (the DHM content does not list the reasons either). Image in second article does not relate to Dalit history. Referenced in P. Subbarayan's article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._Subbarayan and could possibly be referenced in this Temple Entry Proclamation article for Kerala: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_Entry_ProclamationNo Dalit categories in the Subbarayan article, and "Indian Caste Legislation" in the Temple Entry Proclamation article.AS: Because the Temple Entry Bill spurred a series of Temple Entry proclamations across India in the 1930s, it might be worth a separate article that lists the original bill, its reasoning and the opposition by Dr. Ambedkar. Then it can also link to some of the other articles of INC politicians and others who led Temple Entry moves in their regions, like Tamil Nadu or Kerala. Depends on the importance for the Dalit scholars/community on this issue. What do you think, VK? MZM: Honestly this is contested within the Dalit community as well. I would leave it out for this round of edits and maybe if we know someone with a clear understanding of it down the line draw them in Yes
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Adi MovementsStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoThere is an article for Adhi Dharm on a different topic https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adi_DharmNeeds a separate article with a different name. There is an article for Adhi Dharm on a different topic https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adi_DharmNo
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Caste-based sexual violence AtrocitiesnoDalit Minor Raped in Chandigarh. A separate WP page 'Caste based sexual violence' should be created, including this event. SB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, perhaps should be added to an existing article like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caste-related_violence_in_India ?no
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The Death of MeritStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoCan be significantly expanded, with references and DHM content. Does not have Dalit categories.No
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Pro-Reservation RallyStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSome examples of coverage of anti-reservation rallies, however, are here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Indian_anti-reservation_protests, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandal_Commission_protests_of_1990 SB: can't find mentions of these rallies on Wikipedia, please double check A: no
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Subedar Major Ramji Maloji SakpalLeadersNoHe is mentioned in Ambedkar's article. Is anything more needed? - Siko
VK: I don't think a new article is required beyond the mention that already exists
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Mooknayak NewspaperStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoWill need sources to create new article, or add to Ambedkar's article - Siko
VK: I would say definitely warrants a new article. Mooknayak was significant to Dalit liberation
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Rajamani DeviDalit WomenNoDon't think there's anything about her on Wikipedia yet - Siko
VK: I think she was probably one of those characters whose contributions became lost over time. I think its a good idea to check with a Scholar whether enough information could be dug up to start an article
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Cheramar Maha JanSabhaOrganizationNohttps://books.google.co.in/books?id=Wx218EFVU8MC&pg=PA87&lpg=PA87&dq=Cheramar+Maha+JanSabha&source=bl&ots=8xbw3TQg2h&sig=A-mWyfWAiRd-8d1pWvx_qDFBKBU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwift42Ot__RAhXJtY8KHXfoCvsQ6AEIITAB#v=onepage&q=Cheramar%20Maha%20JanSabha&f=false", Here is a source on Google Books
MZM: this warrants a new article
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Rev. Rathnam JohnLeadersNoAS: Not seeing any reference elsewhere else on enWP MZM: Warrants its own article for sure . Need more inormation
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First All India Conference of the Depressed ClassesStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoSB: Not seeing this referenced in other articles on WP either. MZM: My feeling is that there are many of these conferences and they dont warrant their own separate articles. However , down the line we can think of putting together a list article of significant anti-caste conferences or something of the sort No
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Adi-Hindu Conference and Procession in AllahabadStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoSB: Not seeing this referenced in other articles on WP either. MZM: My feeling is that there are many of these conferences and they dont warrant their own separate articles. However , down the line we can think of putting together a list article of significant anti-caste conferences or something of the sort No
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Dr. Ambedkar Addresses the First Official Gathering of Dalit WomenStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoSB: Not seeing this referenced in other articles on WP either. MZM: My feeling is that there are many of these conferences and they dont warrant their own separate articles. However , down the line we can think of putting together a list article of significant anti-caste conferences or something of the sort No
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Kalaram Mandir SatyagrahaStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoNo
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B. R. AmbedkarStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoAdd mention of this: NYT article "Prince and Outcaste at Dinner in London"SB: might make sense to include some mention of this event/source in the Ambedkar article, rather than creating a new article. MZM: AgreedNo
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Matadin BhangiDalit leaderNoMZM: warrants new article from an anti-caste , Dalit persepective.
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Adi MovementsStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNoInclude mention of: Hyderabad Census Report on Adi-Hindu Identity DiscussionSB: is there an article that already exists where it would make sense to include this information? MZM : Doesnt require its own article. Info would go into Adi movements piece if at allNo
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Savi SavarkarArts and LiteraturenoSB: I can't find an article or any mention of him, please double check no
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Durga SobDalits in NepalnoSB: I can't find an article or any mention of her, please double checkno
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Dr. Ambedkar Memorial Committee of Great BritainDalits in the DiasporanoSB: I can't find an article or any mention of this committeeno
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Sunil Abhiman AwacharArts and Literaturenono
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VISION founded by Dr. Shobha Singh in the United StatesDalits in the Diasporanono
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Ambedkar Memorial MissionDalits in the DiasporanoSB: Can't find mention on Wikipedia. Should it have its own article, or be incorporated into an existing article?no
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The Twice-Alienated: Culture of Dalit Christians - Kothapalli WilsonReligion nono
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Bhagwan GawaiBusinessnoSB: Economic Times may be a potential source ( Bhagwan Gawai: From slum boy to millionaire)noA: "dalit millionaires : 15 inspiring stories" by Milind Khandekar
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Dr. Berwa Testifies on Dalit Human Rights at the UNStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: can't find this event, or mention of Dr Laxmi Berwa. Is there a larger article you'd like this info included in?no
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Home Ownership for Tea Plantation TamilsDalits in Sri LankanoSB: could be added to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceylon_Workers%27_Congress ?no
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Feminist Dalit OrganizationDalits in NepalnoSB: could be added to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feminism_in_Nepal, as well as creating an article for the org itself ?no
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Dalit Welfare OrganisationDalits in Nepalnono
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Kambalapalli MassacreAtrocitiesnoSB: couldn't find mention of this massacre on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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Dalit Adivasi Bahujan Minority Students AssociationStudent Movementsnono
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Two Dalit Youth Killed for Winning Cricket MatchesSportsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check.no
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CasteWatchUKDalits in the Diasporanono
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ICDRStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check.no
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Dalit Dignity RallyStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check.no
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World Dignity Day: International Day of Socially ExcludedStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check. A: Need to create a page on NACDOR National Confederation of Dalit Organisationsno
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Resolution on Muslim Dalit Quota PassedStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check.no
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Musahar Demand DayStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check. A: No information anywhereno
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Thorat Committee Report on Caste Discrimination in AIIMSStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check. A: Needs a separate wiki page on Dalit Students' suicides and various committeesno
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Caste-based Discrimination and Untouchability Crime Elimination and Punishment ActDalits in NepalnoSB: couldn't find mention of this specific act on Wikipedia, please double check where it should belongno
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Public Interest Litigation for Dalit ReservationsStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this specific PIL on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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Dalit Families Boycotted in Rampar VillageStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: couldn't find mention of this on Wikipedia, please double check if there are enough sources to add to some existing article?no
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European Parliament Resolution of Caste-based DiscriminationStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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Americans Declare Empathy with Dalits at US Congress EventDalits in the DiasporanoSB: can't find mention of Declaration of Empathy on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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US Resolution to Condemn Untouchability Introduced to the House of RepresentativesStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: could be added to the article for https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_Holmes_Norton ?no
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Asia Dalit Rights Forum (ADRF)Struggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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Women's Congress at SulthanbatheryDalit WomennoSB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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ChithralekhaDalit WomennoSB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, please double check A: Need a wikipedia page.nohttp://www.dalitweb.org/?p=1796
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Ongoing Struggle to Have a Dalit Chief Minister in KarnatakaStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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First Global Conference on Dalit RightsStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsnoSB: can't find mentioned on Wikipedia, please double checkno
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National Campaign on Dalit Human RightsStruggles/Movements/Resolutions
No And no mention on Wikipedia Add info on: Hague Declaration on the Human Rights and Dignity of Dalit WomenMZM: I think adding to the NCDHR page should be fine
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European Parliament HearingStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNo And no mention on WP MZM: An article on the advovocacy engagement of european dalits is definitely warranted, especially issues pertaining to the outlawing of caste discrimination in the UK and others
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Women_in_India#Female_infanticide_and_sex-selective_abortionStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNo AS: Can be referenced in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_India#Female_infanticide_and_sex-selective_abortion
as well as Savitrabai Phule's article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savitribai_Phule
Add info about: First Infanticide Prohibition Home Started by Savitribai PhuleAS: Would suggest adding to either/both articles rather than creating a new one (if Vee agrees). If there is an image of this home, that would be incredible to add to any/both articles. We need a really good reference(s) to confirm that this was the first home of its kind. No
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Savitribai PhuleStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNo AS: Can be referenced in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_India#Female_infanticide_and_sex-selective_abortion
as well as Savitrabai Phule's article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savitribai_Phule
Add info about: First Infanticide Prohibition Home Started by Savitribai PhuleAS: Would suggest adding to either/both articles rather than creating a new one (if Vee agrees). If there is an image of this home, that would be incredible to add to any/both articles. We need a really good reference(s) to confirm that this was the first home of its kind. No
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LeatherArts and LiteratureNo AS: Could be referenced in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leather
The "religious sensitivities" section could be expanded to have a Dalit perspective on it, using this content. Or an entirely new article of leather-making as a Dalit profession. Has a reference from Francis Buchanan, 1807. May need additional references. Early Report on the Art of Leather-Making is important for Dalit history.AS: No images of Dalit leather-making.Yes
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Round Table Conferences (India)Legislation/PoliticsNo AS. The first roundtable conference is referenced here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Round_Table_Conferences_(India)
Add info on: Janta Newspaper Report on Gandhi and Leadership. Gandhi's comment can be added to this article with references. There is currently a mention of Ambedkar about the "so-called Untouchables". Dalit can be added in parentheses?No Dalit history category for the Roundtable ConferencesMZM: No Need for separate article No
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Navayana BuddhismReligion No But mentioned here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalit_Buddhist_movement#Organized_mass_conversionsMass Conversion of Dalits to Buddhism 50 Years Later: should be added to an article about Navayana Buddhism with a timeline of major conversions and a discussion on the states atempts to prevent conversions and the people's right to make decisions about their personal religious beliefsMZM: All of this can be incorporated into an article about Navayana Buddhism with a timeline of major conversions and a discussion on the states atempts to prevent conversions and the people's right to make decisions about their personal religious beliefs
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Dr.B.R.Ambedkar and W.E.B. DuBoisLeadersNo Could be referenced in either or both of these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._R._Ambedkar and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._E._B._Du_BoisDr.B.R.Ambedkar and W.E.B. DuBois has correspondence. Neither of these articles mention this interesting letter and connection, and could. Will need solid reference(s) to do so. Also, the specific image of this correspondence - if available - is not on the articles. Could be referenced in either or both of these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._R._Ambedkar and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._E._B._Du_BoisAS: while the Ambedkar and Du Bois article could definitely be expanded with mention of the correspondence, I am wondering if there is need - and priority - for a detailed, well-researched article on the connections between caste and race, while also recognising why the resonance should not be overblown either. But looking at the histories of correspondence like this, the Panthers, the WCAR in Durban, more recent events... I think this might be a really important new article, but will need to be worked on with significant scholarship. VK, your thoughts? MZM: Definitely need that article. Highlighted for working on Yes
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Hindu-Mahar riotsStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsNo Needs own article. The naming of this event is significant " Hindu-Mahar" and is still widely remembered and referencedCould also be referenced in the article on Mahars: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahar and in articles on the Poona Pact and Communal Award: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poona_Pact and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communal_AwardAll the articles have Dalit categories: Dalit communities for Mahars; B.R. Ambedkar, Dalit history, Reservation in India for Poona Pact; Dalit politics, Dalit history and Reservation in India for Communal Award. MZM: I think needs to be its own article. The naming of this event is significant " Hindu-Mahar" and is still widely remembered and referencedNo
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Constituent Assembly of IndiaLegislation/PoliticsNo Constituent Assembly Adopts Resolution is referenced, but can be expanded in these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constituent_Assembly_of_India and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preamble_to_the_Constitution_of_India#Text_of_the_Preamble (because the Resolution became the Preamble)Constituent Assembly Adopts Resolution is referenced, but can be expanded in these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constituent_Assembly_of_India and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preamble_to_the_Constitution_of_India#Text_of_the_Preamble (because the Resolution became the Preamble). If important for Dalit history - will need references and additional text in both the Constituent Assembly and Preamble articles.Yes
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Preamble to the Constitution of IndianoConstituent Assembly Adopts Resolution is referenced, but can be expanded in these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constituent_Assembly_of_India and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preamble_to_the_Constitution_of_India#Text_of_the_Preamble (because the Resolution became the Preamble)Constituent Assembly Adopts Resolution is referenced, but can be expanded in these articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constituent_Assembly_of_India and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preamble_to_the_Constitution_of_India#Text_of_the_Preamble (because the Resolution became the Preamble). If important for Dalit history - will need references and additional text in both the Constituent Assembly and Preamble articles.
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Sulochanabai DongreNo mentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_Also_Made_History, which would be a good source for new articles :)Sulochanabai Presided Over the 2nd Session of the All India Depressed Classes Women's Conference. Mentioned in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_Also_Made_History, which would be a good source for other new articles :)SB: should create an article for Sulochanabai Dongre. Consider whether you also want one for the All India Depressed Classes Women's Conference, or just discuss it in her article instead. MZM: Sulochana needs her own article , conferences can go in a new anti caste conferences article to be createdNo
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National Campaign on Dalit Human RightsStruggles/Movements/Resolutions
No No mention on Wikipedia that I can see. Could possibly be added here v=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Campaign_on_Dalit_Human_Rights#Movements_Initiated.5B4.5D Add info on: Hague International Conference on Dalit Women's RightsMZM: I think adding to the NCDHR page should be fine
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Dr. Ambedkar's Lecture on "Ranade, Gandhi, and Jinnah"Struggles/Movements/ResolutionsNo SB: looks like the full text of this speech is available here: http://www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00ambedkar/txt_ambedkar_ranade.html. Could add info about this speach to the Ambedkar article, or should this info belong elsewhere? MZM : Maybe a page on anti-caste literature with some of these references? No
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Ilavazhagi Wins World Carrom ChampionshipDalit WomenNo, article either about her or the sport in India that I can Mentioned in Sport in Chennai article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sport_in_Chennai#Other MZM: Illavazhagi should have her own pageNo image
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Temple Entry Agitation in GujaratStruggles/Movements/Resolutionsno?SB: I don't see this mentioned in a quick search of WP, but Vee may have a better idea what article should house this event
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RavidasYeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravidas Does not reflect Ravidass' 'untouchable' origins in lede paragraph, shows contestation between (Dalit and other) sources on the level of anti-casteism claimed. Will need to be very careful around sources and interpretations. Has no Dalit-related categories. "These are Comments from Dalit Scholar Pardeep S. Please use these along with the sources he has provided to make any edits to this page.
""Date of Birth : Year 1377 A.D.(Magh Sudi 15,
Bikrami Samvat 1433)
Birth place : Seer Goverdhanpur, Banaras
(Varanasi), U. P. – India
Name of father : Shri Santokh Dass
Name of mother : Shrimati Kalsi Devi
Name of grandfather : Shri Kalu Ram
Name of grandmother : Shrimati Lakhpati
Name of wife : Shrimati Lona
Name of son : Shri Vijay Dass

This is the details accepted by most not what is written on Wikipedia. I don’t know how Wikipedia works and I don’t spend much time on it editing maybe put these above information in dispute section, if there is anything like that on Wikipedia with the argument that this above details about name of his parents and age is according to Ravidassia religion and religious books and if Jesus’s parents name and DOB is taken from Bible then ravidas’ details should also be taken from the religious books of Ravidassia religion.

It’s written at present on Wikipedia that -- His parents belonged to a leather-working Chamar community, whose profession involved processing dead animals and their skins, which made them untouchable.

It brings back the whole discussion on caste system and the one’s caste is decided based on birth not on work. How many Brahmins involved in menial jobs ever became untouchables?

Further on Wikipedia it is written that - While his original occupation was leather work, he began to spend most of his time in spiritual pursuits as a Vaishnava Hindu in the Ramananda tradition.

Again wrong, he didn’t follow Vaishnaya Hindu, he worshipped Formless God and in Vaishnaya Hindu they do Idol worship and that makes all the difference. I am sending you 2 pdf files, research papers, which you will need to read and you will find more information about it. (Specifically, page 35 of Guru Ravidas, Prophet of Dalit Liberation paper)

Further Wikipedia -- Thereafter he spent most of his life in the company of Hindu saints, sadhus and ascetics.--

Again wrong, he lived and worked among Dalit/lower caste saints such as Kabir, Namdev, and Jaidev etc. None of them was Hindu sadhus or ascetics. Kabir, Namdev were married and weren’t sadhus or ascetics. "" - See attached documents in drive
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Copy editing needed.Does mention his Chamar (Dalit caste ) origins in the first para, Pardeep Singh himself, or people he recommends would be able to provide sources for this article . Some of the categories is " Vaishnava Saints" "Hindu leaders" etc would be contested by Ravidassias. It should atleast reflect as being contested. Needs Dalit based categories addition "Ravidassia religion is a spin off religion from Sikhism," this language is not good. Needs a better poltical perspective. -VYes see DHM Drive file
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1996 Bathani Tola massacreAtrocitiesyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1996_Bathani_Tola_massacrecould use a bit of cleanup, citations, and expansionHas Dalit history categoryno
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1997 Ramabai killingsAtrocitiesyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1997_Ramabai_killingsadd imagesHas Dalit history category A: Add Caste atrocities, Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar, no
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2012_Dharmapuri_violenceAtrocitiesyeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Dharmapuri_violencetagged for neutrality - needs review to addressHas Dalit history category A: Add 'Honor killings', 'inter-caste marriages', 'Dalit-Vanniyar'A: Change the topic to 'Dharmapuri violence'no
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Annabhau SatheLeadersYeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annabhau_SatheArticles needs expansion. Additional citations required for verification and to remove the template.Fair-use image can be copied from Marathi WikipediaAlready contains categories: Dalit writers and Dalit activistsNo
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Annai MeenambalDalit WomenYeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annai_MeenambalNeeds significant expansion, cleanup, links, sources, imageHas Dalit politicians. Add Dalit women, Dalit, Women's education, education No
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Annihilation of CasteStruggles/Movements/ResolutionsYeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annihilation_of_CasteAdd: Dalit history, Dalit, anti-caste, anti-caste movements, India, Ambedkar, MZM: Article looks ok , more content could potentially be added, Importantly a section on the relevance of the text for the anti-caste struggle today would really add to the piece No
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Arvind P. Nirmal
Dalit Christian theologianYeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arvind_P._NirmalNeeds expansionAdd categories: Dalit leaders, Religion , religious leaders, Dalit christians
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B. R. AmbedkarLeadersYeshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._R._AmbedkarHis conversation with Periyar isn't mentioned in the Ambedkar article (or article on Dalit Buddhist movement), but it could be added to the section on his conversion to Buddhism where the 3rd conference is mentioned. Has Dalit leaders, Dalit writers categories. Seems ok. i would have some scholars review for fine details - VeeYes
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