Saturday, March 6, 2010

Eat to protest - Vindaloo Against Violence - Unique movement in Australia to protest violence and racism.

I have been watching the reports on NDTV mentioning a rise of voilence against Indians in Australia.

Time reports that :
Some 17,000 people turned out on Feb. 24 in cities across Australia to eat dinner at Indian restaurants as part of Vindaloo Against Violence. The mass-dining campaign started as a 100-person Facebook event but soon grew into a show of solidarity with Australia's 450,000-member Indian community.
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I wish I had heard of this before. Eating at restaurants for a good cause is not new here in the US and I am glad the response to this was good. This blog has come details of the Vindaloo Against Voilence.

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