The Optimist Citizen

Delhi based organization is bringing Stories of Social change, from the grassroots to the masses.

A good story captures your attention immediately, holds you close during the midst of it all, and finishes with thrill, wonder, and closure. Today, many believe that storytelling is an art that is quickly losing its charm. There has been lots of debate and discussion about whether it is a lost cause entirely. Aman Kaleem doesn’t think so. A Young India fellow and a Hubert Humphrey Fulbright Fellowship’s India nominee, Aman is relentless in her pursuit to tell powerful stories of the common people through Kahaani Wale.

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