A collective of survivors and activists use their creativity to spread the story of the woman who was brutally raped and killed in a bus by 5 men and 1 juvenile in Delhi back in December 2012. A theatrical response is being lead by actress, Poorna Jagannanthan, who thought, "Silence is what actually holds the violence in place; silence is what normalizes the violence." This violent assault and murder affected many of us throughout the world, but inspired many women in India to speak up about their experiences of violence and intimidation within their own culture. The play , called "Nirbhaya" (meaning "fearless") premiered at Edinburgh's Fringe Festival in August 2013 and received Amnesty International's Freedom of Expression Award raising money through Kickstarter and institutions like Oxfam and the Ford Foundation. Now with funds and popularity, the play has debuted this week in Mumbai. Read the whole story here.