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Hegemony of English In India

Recently I read an article online by Aatish Taseer published in The New York Times. The article was “How English Ruined Indian Literature”. It forced me to rethink and reassess my ideas and perceptions of English language and its hegemony in India. 315 more words


Human Rights, Human Wrongs and Recognition Before the Law

Anthony Faramelli visits the Human Rights Human Wrongs exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery and asks, how far exactly we have come in the ongoing struggle for racial equality? 2,252 more words
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Allow Me To Explain...

Firstly, thank you all for the love.

Every Thursday, there will be a new post tackling one of the many politics in the Politics of Identity in Race and Gender. 666 more words


Does My Blackness Offend You?

On March 6, my Twitter timeline became inundated with posts of and by black men, women, and young adults of all ages, with different sexual orientations, disabilities and of course, melanin. 754 more words


Looking for Lincoln

By Mike Small

Martin Kettle, quoting Abraham Lincoln, is getting all dewy-eyed and panicky:

“We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. 907 more words