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Indian-Americans rage after US prof slams 'non-Westerns', calls India 's****e'

In a recent interview to Fox News, Prof Amy Wax from the University of Pennsylvania alleged that “Blacks” and “non-Western” groups have “a tremendous amount of resentment and shame against western people for [their] outsized achievements and contributions".
University of Pennsylvania professor Amy Wax is known for her racist remarks.(IANS)
University of Pennsylvania professor Amy Wax is known for her racist remarks.(IANS)
Published on Apr 16, 2022 06:05 PM IST
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Police arrest suspect in recent attacks on Sikh men in New York

Vernon Douglas, 19, has been arrested for alleged involvement in the April 3 attack on 70-year-old Nirmal Singh, and on 2 others on April 12.
70-year-old Nirmal Singh was attacked on April 3 (Image used only for representation)
70-year-old Nirmal Singh was attacked on April 3 (Image used only for representation)
Published on Apr 15, 2022 04:17 PM IST
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Rafia Zakaria: Feminism is not only white

  • Anti-Racism Day is marked on March 21: Here's why the Pakistani-American author and lawyer advocates for a broad-based feminism that doesn't just address the concerns of white women.
Rafia Zakaria: feminism is not abstract theory but sheer necessity(JeremyHogan/Herald-Times)
Rafia Zakaria: feminism is not abstract theory but sheer necessity(JeremyHogan/Herald-Times)
Published on Mar 21, 2022 02:57 PM IST
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Azeem Rafiq fears he may never work again after speaking out about racism

Azeem Rafiq, who is of Pakistani descent, told a British parliamentary committee in November about the discrimination he faced while at Yorkshire, saying the sport in England was "institutionally racist".
Azeem Rafiq fears he may never work again after speaking out about racism(AP)
Azeem Rafiq fears he may never work again after speaking out about racism(AP)
Published on Mar 08, 2022 11:27 PM IST
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Desmond Tutu, anti-apartheid icon who won the Nobel Prize, dies at 90

As South Africa’s first Black Anglican archbishop, Tutu used his international profile to lobby for sanctions against the White-minority government.
In this file photo taken on October 09, 2008, South African cleric and anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu walks past a street mosaic that reads 'Peace' on the green line that separates the Greek Cypriot side from the Turkish military-controlled areas in the heart of Nicosia. (AFP)
In this file photo taken on October 09, 2008, South African cleric and anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu walks past a street mosaic that reads 'Peace' on the green line that separates the Greek Cypriot side from the Turkish military-controlled areas in the heart of Nicosia. (AFP)
Published on Dec 26, 2021 01:10 PM IST
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