This edition: India's DaughtersTweet
Original tape date: April 27, 2015.
First aired: April 29, 2015.
On this edition of Independent Sources, Abi Ishola speaks to Leslee Udwin, the director of the controversial film "India’s Daughter." The film revisits the 2012 gang rape case that sparked rioting in Delhi as citizens demanded that the government take action to curb a brutal rape culture in India. Then, Garry Pierre-Pierre interviews Astad Clubwala about how the Zoroastrian religion is trying to survive in New York City. The faith is more than 3000 years old and has its roots in ancient Iran, but is in danger of disappearing quickly in the world.
Astad J. Clubwala President, Zoroastrian Association of New York
Leslee Udwin Director, “India’s Daughter” (2014)