Keith Rowley, Indian, Coronavirus, Trinida, Tobago, Guyana, Caricom, Moses Verasammy Nagamootoo

Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago speaks out on racial bias against stranded Indian origin people

Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago has accused a newspaper of fueling racial bias when there was none,  he claims and is using Guyana’s Indian origin Prime Minister Moses Verasammy Nagamootoo’s decision to not open Guyanese airspace as it could lead to  5,000 Guyanese diaspora to returning home which may overwhelm Guyana’s healthcare system. In […]

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Hinduphobia at The College of New Jersey: ‘Hinduism is an unforgiving religion’

The student newspaper of The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) has made disparaging remarks on Hinduism in an article titled ‘More young Americans don’t really care about religion’ dated January 27th, 2020. The author, Ian Krietzberg, of this feature, begins the article clearly exposing Hinduphobia that is present in the USA in the present generation. […]

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Hinduphobia: Hindus face racist outbursts for celebrating Diwali in South Africa

From being called the ‘community of the worst thoughtless people’ and wishing them a ‘horrible death’ the Diwali celebrating Hindus in South Africa saw it all. Again. Several racial and Hinduphobic slurs against the Hindus surfaced on social media in South Africa with many calling Hindus ‘cooly vaalie’ refering to their humble beginnings in the […]

Indian woman faces racism in Georgia, post goes viral

Following is the blog post of an Indian woman traveler and what she faced in Georgia upon her arrival. We have not edited or deleted anything from the original post: Dear Mr. Archil Dzuliashvili (Georgian Ambassador to India), I am a citizen of India, a single woman who earns her honest living working for an advertising agency. […]