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The Wordly Voice aims in spreading awareness and reach out to the public regularly and motivate society to raise its voice and spread awareness with adequate measures.
The world has been created with the process of society’s thinking where Wordly Voice will try reaching out to all the generations of people as each individual is unique in themselves, and collectively they will bring wonders of changes.
With this Worldly Voice vows to first adopt change in themselves and then spread it in society as it believes that Change starts from within.

We have talked about WW2, about how Hitler hated those who weren’t fit enough to be a part of his dream called, ‘aryanization’. We always love to talk about the Normandy landings, Dunkirk, the liberation etc. But rarely do we talk, think or even come up with a question that women were also there in the camps and we know that women ‘bleed’. Listen to this poem by Sanskriti Tripathy to know that how such an orthodox belief that menstrual blood is impure and repulsive helped save many women from getting raped or even from dying. Listen to this poem to know that how contradictory, complementary, as well as ironic situations and concepts, can get.

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Tripti Pandey
Founder/Editor - Worldly Voice

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