India First with Vivek Agnihotri: Why Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's 'Smash Brahminical Patriarchy' placard is problematic, racist, hypocritical
30, Nov 2018, 1:36 PM
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, during his recent visit to India, met with a group of women journalists, activists, and writers of known political affiliation over a roundtable discussion on how Indians experience the micro-blogging website. Writer and journalist Anna MM Vetticad handed a placard to Dorsey that read 'Smash Brahminical Patriarchy' and posted a photograph of the same on Twitter. In this episode of the video series, filmmaker and author Vivek Agnihotri explains why Dorsey faced the brunt of the Twitterati and why Brahminical patriarchy is a communist propaganda.