4 05, 2022

No to culture wars, anti -woke and cancel culture. Yes to telling  the WHOLE story. That way lies understanding and  a sense of belonging.

By |May 4th, 2022|Categories: China, Art & History, History, India, Kenya, Lost History, Mixed relationships|0 Comments

Shakespeare and Donne created thousands of words between them - its a British trait that we can be proud of. Let's find new words for our time . This government’s war on woke includes opposing the ‘decolonisation’ of museums, history

8 04, 2021

Institutional racism is a reality!

By |April 8th, 2021|Categories: Mixed relationships, Novels and short stories, Oxford|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

I’m encouraging my co- author of Not so Black and White to pitch an article in response to the Sewell report, whose authors found no evidence of institutional racism and who recommend that diversity training for police officers be abolished.

2 04, 2021

The joy of learning from each other; my reflections on multi-culturalism

By |April 2nd, 2021|Categories: Ashoka, Biography, Buddhism, History, India, Mixed relationships, Novels and short stories, Oxford|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Reflections on Multi Culturalism In the Madras Courier Anurag Mishra and Paras Ratna posed the question,  ‘To what extent can a society accommodate multiculturalism?’ As someone who risked my own future and that of my future children by marrying someone

20 02, 2021

The importance of not stereotyping. Everyone is unique and has a unique story to tell.

By |February 20th, 2021|Categories: Biography, Lost History, Mixed relationships, Novels and short stories|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Andi Osho on Saturday Live (Dec 20 ) talked about how people of colour are often stereotyped not necessarily in a bad way but with little room for individuality.  I’m writing my memoir and I recalled this incident from 1980