What kind of crime could have incurred such brutality, such apathy?
Shame on each one of us who have kept quiet and perpetuated discrimination back in India and then brought it with us here to America.
Beyoncé’s new song is a celebration of black culture, tradition and heritage that is meant to empower the position of black people in a society that is racist towards them.
“I kept having to tell them that definition is not representative of what is actually happening in the world,” Mitchum told CNN.
BAFTA TV Award 2020 nomination list is disappointingly white-washed and disproportionately male. This has led to a group of 100 campaigners to draft a public complaint letter.
Celebs like Tamannaah Bhatia need to think harder about what they write, what they endorse and how it affects social media dynamics.
“I can’t breathe”, the words said by George Floyd has perturbed the Indian supporters and made them realise the disturbing injustice of the racial discrimination in the western country. Why didn’t we recall that Dalits too can’t breathe in the pervasive, unquestioned and uninvestigated discrimination against them?
I loved him so much I wanted to help him or I wish I could’ve been there to help him. And just hearing him begging for his life. – Roxie Washington, George Floyd’s wife.
If Chopra or I or you are not comfortable in placing our views in front of a certain group, what is deterring us? Why is the response to any statement or view always backlash?
Male victims of sexual abuse, rape, victims of reverse racism and communal hatred deserve better representation than the comments section under the tweets on #BlackLivesMatter or #MeToo.