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Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X (R) wait for a press conference to begin in an unknown location, March 26, 1964 in this file photo. (AFP)

Activist Malcolm X's family calls to reopen investigation into his murder

AFP |
PUBLISHED ON FEB 22, 2021 05:51 AM IST
  • Considered alongside Martin Luther King Jr as one the most influential African Americans in history, Malcolm X was an outspoken Muslim advocate of Black rights, although critics said he preached racism and violence.
The critics circle announced five nominees in each of six competitive categories Sunday, and seven finalists for an award for best first book.(Wikimedia Commons )
The critics circle announced five nominees in each of six competitive categories Sunday, and seven finalists for an award for best first book.(Wikimedia Commons )

Wilkerson's 'Caste' among finalists for book critics awards

AP |
PUBLISHED ON JAN 25, 2021 11:27 AM IST
Isabel Wilkerson's “Caste,” an acclaimed biography of Malcolm X and fiction by Martin Amis and the late Randall Kenan are among this year's finalists for National Book Critics Circle prizes.
One Night in Miami movie review: Debutante director Regina King assembles an astonishingly excellent cast.
One Night in Miami movie review: Debutante director Regina King assembles an astonishingly excellent cast.

One Night in Miami review: Blistering film traps four Black icons in motel room

UPDATED ON JAN 14, 2021 07:51 PM IST
  • One Night in Miami movie review: Debutante director Regina King extracts terrific performances from her four leading men, in a high-concept drama about power and responsibility.
Members of various student organisations express solidarity with the Dalit Student Rohith Vemula. Unless Dalits move away from the personality of victimhood and assert a responsive strategy, their life will be doomed to failure and untimely death.(Hindustan Times)
Members of various student organisations express solidarity with the Dalit Student Rohith Vemula. Unless Dalits move away from the personality of victimhood and assert a responsive strategy, their life will be doomed to failure and untimely death.(Hindustan Times)

To make their voices heard, Dalits need to protest 365 days a year

By Suraj Yengde
PUBLISHED ON APR 12, 2018 12:29 PM IST
Unless the constituency demands their fair share and refuses to bow down, the State order is going patronise a stepfatherly treatment to the Dalits
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