Dalit Solidarity has always reached out to those living at the fringes of society, to encourage and help educate them. We have built a tuition center for children who are traditionally forced to take up the family job of washing the dirty clothes in villages. They are known as “Dhobies” in India. They are Dalits among Dalits, segregated and isolated. These children have less opportunities to attend school as they are forced by parents to pick up their traditional job. I have felt special concern for them over the years, directing Dalit Solidarity to support their education and well being. Last year, generous friends helped us build a tuition center where the children come and stay during weekends, also receiving free meals.