She was praised and supported by several celebrities in the comment section. Actress Dipa Khosla wrote, “Awh! Bravo darling! Thanks for joining in.”
Nyadol Nyuon will be focusing on improving digital literacy among migrant women, an issue that has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michelle Obama’s podcast makes for a refreshing listen. There’s a fine balance between humour and sobriety on the show.
Matrimonial giant Shaadi.com has pulled back its skin tone filter that used to let users search for partners based on skin colour. The decision came after a petition was filed and social media took note of it.
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.
Gianna is already a known face in the media. Recently, she created an Instagram account that has now garnered over 36,000 followers. She has been showered with love and support.
“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.
Dr Priyamvada Gopal on her book, her stand against racial profiling at King’s College and how postcolonialism still impacts most of the former colonies and the erstwhile colonial powers themselves.
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Actor-entrepreneur Shilpa Shetty recently called out an airline staff for alleged racist behaviour. On Sunday, she experienced unpleasant awkwardness for…
Priyamvada Gopal, an Indian-origin professor has gone on a strike against King’s College, London, alleging racism. She has refused to supervise…