India Through Her Eyes
Award-winning independent journalist Priyanka Borpujari recently spoke at Nazareth about “The Human Cost to India’s Race for Development.” Based in Mumbai, India, she documents human rights abuses around her country, but is currently here in the United States on a prestigious fellowship. Nazareth student writer Amy Gallo sat down with Borpujari before her lecture for a Q&A session.
What’s the one thing you would want people to take away from your lecture?
What is the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship? How were you selected?
Was there a specific event or moment that sparked your interest in human rights? Or is it something you have always been passionate about?
Do you have any advice for students who are interested in human rights and social justice?