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Taking Nigeria from Third to First World through its diaspora (3), By Sunday Adelaja – Premium Times

| October 12, 2022

I want to use this opportunity to appeal to President of Nigeria, General Buhari and his Vice, Professor Osinbajo to please heed the call to help our vast number of Nigerians in Diaspora come back to contribute something for the development of their motherland.

Hindu diaspora under attack: The rising trends of global Hinduphobia, attacks by Islamists and propaganda – OpIndia

| October 12, 2022

Recent instances of targeted hate crimes against the Hindu community and its temples by Khalistani and Islamic radicals in Canada, the USA and the UK point towards the worrying trends of rising Hinduphobia in the West. The everyday instances of discrimination and violence against Hindus due to Islamic extremism are common in the Indian subcontinent.

A voice from the Diaspora: A culture of entitlement – Jamaica Observer

| October 12, 2022

Last week a video emerged on social media of a woman, who appeared to be in Jamaica, berating those of the Diaspora for sending small amounts of money through remittance services. The woman accused Jamaicans abroad of a lack of sense or conscience for sending US$100 or less because those amounts, in her estimation, were too small and Jamaicans at home were going to start refusing those sums

Pratap Bhanu Mehta writes: From Leicester to New Jersey, the diaspora is reflecting the divisions of Indian politics – The Indian Express

| September 21, 2022

It should not be a matter of surprise that so much of the playbook and fault lines of Indian politics are being reproduced among the Indian diaspora.

Hispanic Heritage Month: The importance of Afro-Latinx identity in the diaspora. | Opinion – NJ.com

| September 21, 2022

By Omaris Z. Zamora As a second-generation Black Dominican born and raised in Chicagos Puerto Rican Humboldt Park neighborhood, I understand that there are contexts in which my dominicanidad is invisible or misread at best

Tibetans Struggle to Save Their Language – Foreign Policy

| September 21, 2022

Language rights, an expression of national and ethnic identity, have long been a focus for Tibetan human rights advocates. That focus has sharpened in recent years as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has ratcheted up its efforts in restricting Tibetans under its control from exercising their language rights. This language restriction is part of a longer trend of ethnic cleansing and minority suppressionseeking to strike at Tibetans ability to access their heritage and identity through their language.

NUP protests in diaspora threaten IPOD existence Todwong – KFM

| September 21, 2022

Richard Todwong, the Secretary-General of the ruling NRM party has revealed that the rampant protests staged by National Unity Platform (NUP) supporters in the diaspora are threatening the existence of the Interparty Organization for Dialogue-IPOD. Todwong made the revelation during an IPOD members visit to the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Hon.

Members of diaspora have always been admirable Indian ambassadors: PM Modi – The Tribune India

| September 21, 2022

PTI Washington, September 15 Congratulating the Indian-American community for celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav at the US Capitol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that members of the diaspora are admirable Indian ambassadors of the country. In a message to the Indian-American community as they gathered here to celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Modi on Wednesday said the community had spread the fragrance of Indian values by living them.

World loved her: Indian diaspora in UK mourns the Queen – The Tribune India

| September 21, 2022

PTI London, September 16 It is the silence of the usually bustling and echoing 900-year-old Westminster Hall in London where Queen Elizabeth II's coffin is Lying-in-State that is most striking as thousands of mourners file past, including members of the Indian diaspora. The occasional muffled sobs become all the more poignant and enhanced in what is the oldest building of the UK's parliamentary estate, which has seen many historic events dating as far back as the 11th century. The mourners, many of whom have been on their feet for anywhere between five to eight hours in a queue extending over 5 km, are made up of the elderly and babies, some on wheelchairs and others accompanied by guide dogs.

‘The Woman King’ Cast Dismantle the Strong Black Woman Trope, Stress Community Across the Black Diaspora – Shondaland.com

| September 21, 2022

Strong Black woman. Its a phrase weve heard many times before


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