Deepa Narayan has just released a new book, "Chup: Breaking the Silence About India's Women", published by Juggernaut. Dr. Radhika Iyengar from Columbia University's Center for Sustainable Development interviews Dr. Narayan on how her research has illluminated the ways that even education women who believe themselves to be empowered women often behave in ways that undermine their own empowerment, and serve to make women invisible. The conversation closes with ideas for addressing bias in forward-looking ways.
What are your ideas for addressing our own internalized biases about our gender roles? Let us know in the comments!