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With the rise in anti-Indian sentiment in countries such as South Africa coupled with tougher anti-immigration policies in the Northern and Southern hemisphere, we children of the Indian diaspora, increasingly need to look our futures. Life in South Africa has become intolerable for many Indians. The riots of 2021 will leave scars for many years […]

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Open letter to The President of South Africa: Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa

The President : Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa The Republic of South Africa Sir, “IF YOU HOLD THE POWER, YOU BEAR THE RESPONSIBILITY” You will be soon required, as the president, to deliver your “STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS” – an address that is meant to inspire and motivate the country to do better, to live better […]

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Narendh Ganesh January 8, 2022

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    Today marks the second voyage of the History of Indianness.  In this episode we look back at the almost forgotten world of Indentureship and the silent war that was Sugar. With painstaking research, we bring together a formidable group of historians, former heads of state, playwrights and social commentators to guide you through a dramatic period of history that redefined our notions of Indianness and saw the spirit of a community in the vortex of corruption and hate. This immersive podcast begins dramatically on board  the Whitby in 1838, the first ship to carry Indian indentured labourers to the colonies.

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    The stories of triumph in the face of certain death
    A deeper look into John Gladstone and Black Lives Matter
    The way Sugar has changed the course of Indian identity
    Ending identity politics in former colonies

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    Presenter – Rajan Nazran

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    Guests: in order of appearance

    Alex – Senior Content creator – Global Indian Series
    H.E President Donald Ramotar – Former President of Guyana | Global Indian Ambassador at large
    Narendh Ganesh – Global Indian Correspondent – South Africa | Activist
    Rajesh Gopie – Global Indian Ambassador to South Africa – Playwright, actor
    Dr Terencia Joseph, Assistant Professor in History at the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC)
    Sabir Nakhuda – Author, historian and social commentator – Barbados

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    HISTORY OF INDIANNESS | IRAN – DEEP DIVE INTO RELIGION (globalindianseries.com)

    THE BRUTALITY OF INDENTURESHIP | HIDDEN HISTORY: KYNEATA JOSEPH (globalindianseries.com)

    THE SOUTH AFRICA THEY DIDN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT (globalindianseries.com)

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