The recent presidential elections in India should serve as an inspiration to oppressed people around the would with both the candidates coming from the bottom of India’s society, the “Dalits”. Not only was one of their own elected President but the most oppressed more melanized people in India have organized and now dominate India’s government.
While in the 1970’s the Dalits were looking to Afro-Americans for inspiration and even established their own Black Panther Party formation, it is now Afro-Americans who should look to them for political inspiration and organize politically at the grassroots level and get back on their Panther grind.
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Sources: India’s New President, Until Now Little-Known, Vows To Represent Less Fortunate http://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2017/07/20/538077520/indias-new-president-until-now-little-known-vows-to-represent-less-fortunate
Dalit Panthers in India http://www.itsabouttimebpp.com/Announcements/Daliti_Panthers_in_India.html