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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

SB 403: A hindumisic legislation that deserves to be ripped apart and thrown in the dustbin

“SB 403: A Hindumisic Legislation That Deserves To Be Ripped Apart And Thrown In The Dustbin”, The Commune Mag, April 29, 2023:

“A law aimed at expressly prohibiting caste discrimination in California was overwhelmingly approved by the state’s Senate Judiciary Committee, despite heavy opposition from Indian-American individuals, business and religious organisations.

The measure, presented by State Senator Aisha Wahab, proposes to alter the Unruh Civil Rights Act’s anti-discrimination policy by including caste as a protected group.

This decision has sparked widespread outrage in the United States. To protest the proposed California Caste Bill SB 403, major Hindu and Indian companies and temples have issued a strong statement condemning it….”

Read the full article at Thecommunemag.com

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