Racism

OPEN TO OPINION

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Donald Trump, Neo-Nazi, Racism, New York Times

Why New York Times is being accused of normalising a Nazi sympathiser

Extremism everywhere is finding it easy to attract followers, but why amplify it?

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Racism, Royals, Queen Elizabeth II

Prince Harry marrying Meghan Markle gets royal trolling by media

Quit acting like the unofficial custodian of royal purity.

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Indians, Racism, Orientalism, Memes

How an Indian teen and his disabled father became victims of vicious memes

Without absurd and dark captions, Durgesh and Sanjay's photos wouldn't have meant much.

POLITICS

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Somalia, Racism, Caste, Mogadishu bombing

Mogadishu attack: Why the killing of 276 Somalians doesn't move us Indians

Where we as the privileged lot are heading is even more tragic.

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Black people, Racism, Drug Peddler, Nigerian attacked

Why Nigerian national, who was tied and beaten, did not report assault

When our members of Parliament perpetuate racism and stereotype, what better can we expect from the people?

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Fair skin fixation, Racism, Dove ad

Dove's racist ad (again) shows the dark side of cosmetics industry

Racism and colourism in promotional campaigns reflect how prevalent they are in society.

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Hate Crime, Racism, Delhi, Nigerians

Nigerian getting tied and beaten up is just another shameful day in Delhi

India’s history of being racist to black-skinned men and women is both shameful and excruciatingly long.

HUMOUR

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POLITICS

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Minority rights, Racism, Sikh PM hopeful, Canada

What Jagmeet Singh's historic win means for Canada

This article was written by Megan Dias, Research Assistant, Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, University of British Columbia.

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Jagmeet Singh, Canada politics, Racism, Islamophobia

What we can learn from Sikh Canadian politician who responds to racism with 'love and courage'

This article was written by Davina Bhandar, Adjunct Professor in School of Communication and Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Simon Fraser University