The African novelist Nuruddin Farah recalls the bad and the good from his student days in India in the 1960s.
On everyday racism that people from Northeast India face.
I haven't told my little sister that Fair and Lovely has buckled under pressure, but will she ever believe she is beautiful, or that dark can be divine?
Considering how African nationals are ostracised in our country, Indian hypocrisy is currently at an all-time high.
There's lots to be done, but if we must start somewhere, let's start with strict anti-racism legislation.