Game draws attention to India’s trafficked girls—DW

21 Sep 2020 | Narratives & Features, Portfolio | 0 comments

Leena Kejriwal’s art installations are hiding in plain sight across India. In small towns and big cities, stark black silhouettes of little girls are spray-painted on buildings, railway station walls, the boundaries of schools and in crowded markets.

They tell the story of how every eight minutes, according to national crime statistics, a girl in India goes missing into the sex trade, into domestic slavery, into organ trafficking or by sex selection even before birth.

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