Apporva Dixit '17 gives voice to survivors of the Bhopal gas tragedy in a seven-part podcast series and TEDx Talk

Apporva Dixit '17, a Public Policy Minor, Rockefeller Center funded intern, and a Policy Research Shop participant, recently released a 7-part podcast about the 1984 chemical disaster in Bhopal, India, where a leak at an American-owned manufacturer of pesticides exposed half a million people to a toxic gas, killing 8,000 in the immediate aftermath. Dixit, now a Harvard Law School student, was recently featured on the website Harvard Law Today. Read the article here to learn more about the project. Access the podcast on Spotify.