- Vivian Chieh & Esma Adiguzel It is saddening to know that more than 29.8% of India’s population still lives below the poverty line, meaning more than 29.8% of 1.35 billion is still struggling between their haves and have-nots. The efforts made so far have been successful, but a need for more action to eradicate … Continue reading Why is India poor?
Racism. A topic that has been a controversy for centuries. A topic that many privileged people claim "doesn't exist anymore". However, if you happen to be an ethnic minority, you know that this is definitely not the case. Racism has not disappeared as some may assume; it has merely taken on a new form. In … Continue reading Even children are racists…
On this International Day of Universal Access to Information, we discuss how the lack of information is suppressing low castes in India.
Adivasi are the natives of India since the beginning of documented history. They were here before the British, Mughals, and Aryans. There was a time when they had excelled in Math, Administration, Trade, Culture, and Arts, but after the intrusion of Aryans, they were fed with mythical stories and folklore of great Gods and Kings. … Continue reading Adivasi 2020 – the indigenous people of India
Global citizenship - considering oneself as a part of the global village all the while maintaining allegiance and respecting cultural values. With the technologically advanced networking, faster travel options, and globalized economy, the world has now become a village. Just like a geographically small neighborhood, in the global village, everything we do has rippling consequences. … Continue reading The role of racism in global citizenship