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The youngest writer ever to make it to the Booker longlist, Mottley, 20, has penned a gripping tale of juvenile sexual abuse in 'Nightcrawling'. Her entry has literary enthusiasts talking about her short but shining career and a book that is all the more relevant in a post-Black Lives Matter America
The US has been steadily losing the will to wield power and is distracted and deeply internally divided as if it has cultivated its worst enemies within and they are now hollowing out its soul
Priyanka Chopra's acknowledgement that a northeastern actor should've played Mary Kom is a sign of her evolution
Priyanka Chopra's experience of working in Hollywood, and the Black Lives Matter movement, seems to have made her aware of the need for diversity and representation back home in Bollywood.
In the Netherlands, as in other European nations, debate over the colonial past and slavery has resurfaced since the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States
Book review | With Unbound, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke explains why she felt the need to reclaim the movement
"If these white women start using this hashtag, and it gets popular, they will never believe that a Black woman in her 40s from the Bronx has been building a movement for the same purposes, using those exact words, for years now."
Liberals enthusiastically pick the Munawar Faruqui saga, but remain silent on the lynching of two sadhus by a mob in Maharashtra. This blinkeredness is not serving any true liberal clause in any real sense
Rittenhouse hails from Illnois' Antioch, which is around 24.14 kilometers from Wisconsin's Kenosha. The white teenager, who lived with his mother, has been described as an 'admirer' of the police.
Senior batter de Kock did not wish to comply and chose to pull out of the match but returned for Saturday's game against Sri Lanka after agreeing to perform the gesture in support of the 'Black Lives Matter' (BLM) movement.
Even if we accept that fighting against racism in the West is more important for Team India than protesting against Bangladeshi Hindus, endorsing BLM amounts to subscribing to a specific, politically funded group
The fresh wave of violence against Hindus in Bangladesh and elsewhere, and the usual apathy about it in India, once again underscore the need for true and meaningful educational reforms in the country
T20 World Cup 2021: Quinton de Kock has put the controversy surrounding taking knee to bed, says David Wiese
De Kock came out with a statement on Thursday saying he is fine taking a knee if it "educates others" and that he was deeply hurt at being called a racist for refusing to make the gesture earlier.
De Kock refused to take a knee in South Africa's Test series in the West Indies earlier this year.
Following CSA's directive to its players to take the knee in support of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement, de Kock withdrew from the Super 12 game, laying bare the growing internal tension on the matter.
T20 World Cup 2021: Decision to take the knee was communicated to us by management, says Virat Kohli
Kohli's men took the knee in support of the movement that began with the death of African-American George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer in the USA.
The Indian team was making the gesture for the first time. Players of the Pakistan team, meanwhile, too paid a tribute by holding their right hand to their heart.
Why teaching political movements in Indian discourse can lay a foundation of political awareness in children
The national curriculum discusses various political movements, which have shaped our nation, from middle school itself
The visit marked the first time that an NBA or WNBA team has visited the White House since the Cleveland Cavaliers were feted by Barack Obama in 2016.
The world’s biggest sporting event cannot be allowed to be hijacked by certain political groups piggybacking such high-profile occasions to run their messages
'Naomi Osaka', a three-part docuseries debuted on Netflix on Friday, takes a look at the challenges of a young athlete navigating her path amid rising stardom.
Euro 2020: Ireland basketball chief apologises for offensive tweet on Raheem Sterling after England's semi-final win
O'Byrne wrote “BLACK DIVES MATTER!!!” in response to a BBC Facebook post about the controversial penalty won by Sterling in England's 2-1 victory over Denmark in the European Championship semi-finals.