India wants African students – but they are learning that rampant prejudice awaits

A Congolese man had died in police custody in the southern Indian state of Bengaluru, and his fellow students could not rest until they found out what had happened. So they gathered, two dozen of them, on August 2 at a police station in the JC Nagar neighbourhood, for a peaceful protest that saw them block traffic and chant Black Lives Matter slogans.And that’s when the scuffle broke out. Police officers clashed with the students, five of whom were arrested while at least six others were…

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