Review On Dalit Studies On Racial Pride And Racial Barrier In Indian And African Women's


  • Dr. A. Vijayanand , S. Hima Bindu



In recent days there is a dilemma in Dalit households from higher caste individuals due to political, economic, and social choices. In many ways, there is prejudice in India between Dalits and upper castes, and many have linked India's campaign for caste justice to the struggle for racial justice in the United States. It's no wonder, then, that the activists who pioneered the battle for caste justice were inspired by the Black Panthers of the 1960s and 1970s Black Power Movement in the United States. Many Dalit activists try to fight for their rights; one of these activists is Namdeo Dhasal, the man behind the Dalit Panthers organization. A project examining the parallels between the histories and ways of life of Dalit and African Americans is currently being worked on by a group of both groups of academics. This hidden network of Afro-Dalit literature is composed of authors like Ivan van Sertima, Runoko Rashidi, V. T. Rajshekar, and others. The Afro-Dalit project aims to assert an ancestral connection between Dalits and Africans in order to urge political unity in the present.The Dalit movement and Dalit leaders in India were one of my most unforgettable experiences from my early 1990s journalism days in India, and their quest for social justice is linked to that of African Americans, from the Harlem Renaissance to the Civil Rights Movement. This article attempts to discuss different papers relating to dalit research proposed by various authors from around the world.



2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31




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Review On Dalit Studies On Racial Pride And Racial Barrier In Indian And African Women’s. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 2973-2980.