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Category: Racism

Revision: Significant & Systemic

“Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.” – Jimi Hendrix. Curriculum or academic syllabus at educational institutions had been radically revised in Italy during Benito Mussolini‘s reign (from 1923 to 1943). The […]

Lives Matter, Always

A Police Officer is seen here pinning a Black man to the ground on the street, leaving the latter unable to breathe. The African-American person is trying to utter hoarsely: […]

Tags Tell The Tale

Deddie Zak, Annie Kapper, David Van Der Velde and Lea Judith De La Penha are the names of four of those 0.25 million children, whose bodies have not been recovered […]

In Search Of Truth

dedicated to my Apa (elder sister), Farah Deeba Deepti, the member of Election Management Committee (of Bangladesh Awami League) and Executive Member of Bangladesh-India Friendship Society… A young lady was […]

A Matter Of 7 Acts

Ece Temelkuran, the Turkish journalist and author, penned a book, titled ‘How to Lose a Country‘, in 2019 on the basis of her personal experience. In this publication, she portrayed […]

Still ‘We’ Rise…

Once, a philosopher had said that culture encompasses phenomena that get transmitted through social learning in different societies, being a central concept in Anthropology. Though it is often equated with […]

The World Report 2022: Rights & Rites

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has mentioned in its 32nd Annual Review of Human Rights Trends around the Globe, titled ‘World Report 2022’, that the dominance of authoritarian rulers in […]

The Window Of Discourse

Joseph Paul Overton (January 4, 1960 – June 30, 2003) was an American Technologist and expert in Jurisprudence, who unfortunately perished in a car accident in 2003. He had come […]

Sworn To Keep His Legacy…

The recent passing away of Desmond Mpilo Tutu OMSG CH GCStJ (October 7, 1931 – December 26, 2021), the South African Anglican Bishop and Theologian, can literally be considered the […]