“Never Again”: Arundhati Roy on Palestine at Delhi Press Club

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Arundhati Roy | The Wire - TRANSCEND Media Service

8 Mar 2024

Public meeting held at the New Delhi Press Club to voice opposition to the genocide in Gaza. Arundhati Roy’s statement is titled, “Never Again”.

Arundhati Roy, born Nov 24 1961, is an Indian novelist and political activist. She studied architecture in New Delhi, where she now lives. She is the author of the novels The God of Small Things, for which she received the 1997 Booker Prize, and The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. A collection of her essays from the past twenty years, My Seditious Heart, was recently published by Haymarket Books. Roy was awarded the Sydney Peace Prize in 2004 and has concentrated on penning down political issues being a critic of neo-imperialism and linked to anti-globalization movements. Roy’s subversive nature has made her accustomed to criticism. “Each time I step out, I hear the snicker-snack of knives being sharpened but that’s good. It keeps me sharp”, she said when interviewed by an Indian magazine.


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