Friday, July 3, 2020
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Roma Children becoming victims of discrimination in Slovakia

By Shubhi Mangla Romani people originally belong to northern India but now are living in all continents mostly Europe, North Africa and North America. They...

‘Saada roti’ and its legacy in the Caribbean

By Tony Deyal In the elementary schools I attended in the fifties, this racist chant was common. Now, fifty years after Independence, making, buying, selling...

Canada’s Sikh officer who fought for right to wear turban honored

Vancouver: Baltej Singh Dhillon, who made the history after being appointed the first turbaned Sikh officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), was...

How Sushma Datt fought racism in Vancouver

Vancouver: She was good enough for the BBC, but couldn’t get a job in mainstream broadcasting after immigrating to Vancouver in 1972. For Shushma Datt,...

‘Racist’ cartoon in Australian daily shows Indians eating solar panels

Sydney: A cartoon depicting Indians eating solar panels published in an Australian daily on Monday has attracted strong criticism owing to its "racist" overtone,...

British Sikh racially abused, branded ‘Muslim terrorist’ at Polish club

London:  A British Sikh was spat at, punched in the face and branded a "Muslim terrorist" as he tried to enter a Polish nightclub...

Brazil gives online racist comments bigger audience

Rio de Janeiro: A new campaign is giving a hard time to racist trolls in Brazil by plastering billboards in their neighbourhoods with their...

Price for Racism: Judge forced to resign for racist slur against British Indian

By NewsGram Staff Writer London: Turning the screws on the rampant racism prevalent in positions of power, a British judge who allegedly made racist comments...

Hate crime: American Sikh racially attacked in Chicago

By NewsGram Staff-Writer Chicago: A day before the United States commemorates the 9/11 terrorist attacks, an elderly American Sikh was hospitalised after an assailant attacked...

Emergency declared in Missouri county in US after shooting

Washington: A state of emergency was declared in a Missouri county as protesters turned violent after police shot and critically injured one man on...

US not yet cured of racism: Obama

Washington: President Barack Obama used the politically incorrect ‘n-word’ during an interview to assert that racism persists in the US, including many forms that...

Indian liqour store owner in New Zealand opposes racial harassment charge

  Wellington: An Indian-origin liquor store owner in New Zealand has appealed against a court judgment favouring a former Indian employee claiming racial harassment, media reported...

Indian born teen earns title in New Zealand’s Race Unity Speech Competition

  By NewsGram Staff Writer Racism is a global phenomenon which is influenced by a range of historical, social, political and economic factors. It takes different...

Racism is real: Black sounding names are 50% less likely to be called back for interviews in US

By Prateek Kumar The categorization of a man and his race is really absurd, as it has nothing to do with genetic characteristics. The model...

Indian woman shot dead in USA during attempted robbery

By NewsGram Staff Writer In the light of continuously rising crime graph against Indians in the USA, a Gujarati woman was shot dead in South...

The fault with us: How we give birth to racism & why it’s wrong to blame Sharad Yadav alone

By Harshmeet Singh While the Parliament was busy discussing the critical insurance bill last week, JDU chief Sharad Yadav had this to say – "Your...

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