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Nov 23, 2018
Tanzanian, Nigerian nationals accused of 'cannibalism' in Delhi: Capital has seen number of racially-motivated attacksThe incident in Delhi on Thursday was by no means the first time that people from African nations faced violence after being accused of cannibalism.
Nov 25, 2017
Cycling for change: Peter Ngugi's one-man quest to protest racism against Africans in IndiaPeter Ngugi, 25, is on a 6,700-km cycling tour across India, in a bid to raise awareness about the racism Africans in the country experience | #FWeekend
Mar 30, 2017
Africans attacked in India: This photographer trained his lens on racism against communityMahesh Shantaram has trained his lens on African students living in India. His objective: to highlight the racism that the community faces.
Jun 01, 2016
Attacks on Africans: Racism or simply a lack of respect for individualism?We are individuals who subscribe to the idea of majoritarianism, of which racism is an aspect, as are communalism and casteism.
May 30, 2016
Woman raped in north Goa, two Nigerian nationals named as accusedA woman was allegedly raped by a Nigerian national near Mapusa town in North Goa district, police have said.
May 29, 2016
Delhi police arrest two, detain three people allegedly involved in the assault on African nationalsTwo people were arrested and three others detained in connection with the attack on African nationals in Delhi
May 27, 2016
Another racist attack: India must go beyond platitudes; its reputation is at stakeWe are racist people. If that appears too sweeping, then let’s say we have too many people around us who are. Our action or the lack of it after every such attack speaks louder than our words.
Feb 18, 2016
Rise of African slaves as rulers, generals in India shows nation's tradition of openness: Syed Akbaruddin at UN exhibitionThe history of African slaves who came to India as slaves and rose to lofty heights as princes and generals shows the country's tradition of openness, India's UN Permanent Representative Syed Akbaruddin said on Tuesday.
Feb 06, 2016
Tanzanian woman assaulted: Contempt for Africans has always been part of our narrow mindsetNo campus erupted in shrill protest against the mob that stripped a Tanzanian student in Bengaluru and paraded her... Because she is black
Feb 05, 2016
After Bengaluru, it's time to re-examine racism: It's not just slurs and attacksBut what is this racism experienced by students from African countries in Bengaluru? When accused of racism, we are often quick to respond that we are not personally prejudiced. However, racism need not only be individual — it can also be systemic, as when institutions and structures discriminate against persons on the basis of their race