The second day of the Guwahati workshop revolved around women’s work and decolonizing the mind. In the first session titled “Who is caring for and cleaning the world?”, the participants calculate the cumulative number of hours of invisible, unpaid labour they do everyday. The second session involved an exercise in decolonial thinking to interrogate concepts such as ‘gender’, ‘work’, ‘patriarchy’, ‘north east’, ‘tribe’ and ‘state’ that are naturalized in the participants’ everyday realities. It was followed by a session where participants shared their own experiences of how these terms intersected their lives. You can find photos from the first day here.