Tracing the history of racism in America - Hindus and Muslims

Tracing the history of racism in America

On February 19, 1923, the U.S. Supreme Court decided unanimously to bar South Asians from becoming American citizens. The March 10 issue of The Literary Digest celebrated this decision. “Hindus too Brunette to Vote Here,” it declared, with a photograph of a South Asian man accompanied simply with the caption: “The Problem.” The U.S. Supreme […]

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Ghazanfar Ali Issani - A Sindhi Veteran of World War- II- Sindh Courier-1

Ghazanfar Ali Issani – A Sindhi Veteran of World War- II

Ghazanfar Ali Issani, veteran of World War II, is great son of the soil. Our young generation does not know about the patriotic approach of this son because neither was he publicity conscious nor someone recorded him in the history. By Colonel (R) Hassan Imam Some people make a significant mark in the public interest […]

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Kala Bagai

Kala Bagai – A Peshawari Woman Who Fought Against American Racism

Kala Bagai was a Peshawari woman who fought against American racism since early 20th century; she and her husband had immigrated to America from Peshawar in 1915. They were pushed out of their home they had bought in Berkeley; Kala’s husband committed suicide after the court rejected his citizenship request and was forced to liquidate […]

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