‘A Race(ism) To The End’ By Dayal Punjabi

In this personal, extended and powerfully arguable essay, the writer offers the readers a look into his personal experiences of internal racism, his first interaction with racism, and pushes the Dalai Lama’s recent statements about Immigrants. This is one remarkable piece of work which determines what it means to be a person of colour, giving a new side to definition of racism and why racism is a race to the end.

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