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Arts & Entertainment

Is Beyoncé a Vulture for Jacking India’s Steez? [OPINION]

The Internet is going nuts over Beyoncé’s role in Coldplay’s new video for “Hymm for the Weekend.” In the video, which is shot in India, Queen Bey dons traditional Indian Desi clothing and appears as the mythical woman of Chris Martin’s fantasies. It is unclear whether or not she was meant to actually be an Indian woman

Culture & Black Life

Exploring the Backwaters of India [PHOTOS]

To my left, an elderly woman in a bright red sari dunked her soap-sodded hair into the lake. To my right, uniformed kids lined up for the school boat while a fisher hollered about the fresh catch. Up ahead, a stagnant lagoon strewn with water lilies made way for our dawdling canoe. This here is

Culture & Black Life

Dark Like Kali: The Black India Experience

It was November and the thick Indian air wrapped my face like a wool blanket. My first whiff of Mumbai transported me to Kingston, Jamaica, where the familiar smell of roasting peanuts and burning charcoal beckoned home. Meeting India was like encountering an estranged sister. And as my sistren and I walked this land where

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Arts & Entertainment

Oprah’s India Special Under Fire

Oprah may be the "Queen of Media," but she's still susceptible to the backlash that sometimes comes with the title. She recently documented her trip to India this past January for an upcoming two-part OWN special, "Journey Through India." Considering this trip to be "her greatest life experience," Oprah visited a wide array of sites,

News & Politics

BRICS BUILDING:A New International Powerhouse Rises in the Global South

BRICS will build the world’s future. Yes, BRICS: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. For decades these emerging market powerhouses have slowly grown their economies expanding into untapped industries and resources the developed world dared not explore. These countries that largely built up its markets through loans from the world’s largest international financial institutions the

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