The Indian migrant community is perhaps slowly coming to terms with what I am describing as its ‘complicity,’ thanks in large part to first and second generation Indian-Americans like Rahul Dubey, who sheltered BLM protestors from police violence, and Hassan Minhaj, who in a recent political commentary called out the Indian community for their perpetuation of anti-black racism.
by Ashon Crawley
“And what is protest but a solicitation, a plea, a desire? And what is protest but an insistence that otherwise is not only able to be enacted but can materially emerge in, and thus against, the normative world? And does, continually. And has emerged. And is emerging.”