Discrimination: India Among The Worst


Discrimination: India The Worst

This is one country I went from absolute respect to absolute disgust! The politicians polished in using the “right” words to frame  and placate the masses; unfortunately, those politicians are short on actions and that betray their intent: A sign of a country powered with hypocrites, discrimination and a culture of corruption and cruelty.

A cook serves the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, to children in Chapra district


Over 40 percent of India’s children drop out of school before finishing 8th grade, despite a recent law designed to provide free and compulsory elementary education for all. Most students who quit school are from the lowest rungs of Indian society.


Why are they dropping out?

A number of reasons. The widespread problems of child labor and early marriage for girls are clearly factors. But our research shows the insidious and damaging impact of ingrained discrimination at school. Teachers will tell students from marginalized communities to sit in the back of class and then basically ignore them. They are often served their free school lunch only after all the other students. They are even asked to do tasks considered degrading, like cleaning the toilet – something that never happens to privileged kids

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Please excuse my honesty.

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Author: Angela Grant

Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

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