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Canada’s British Columbia Recognizes April as Dalit History Month

Dalit History Month: Canadian province of British Columbia has recognized April as Dalit History Month to acknowledge the struggles and fights of the community.

Canda has decided to observe April as ‘Dalit History Month’. (representative image)

In a historic move, the New Democratic Party government in Canada’s British Columbia province has recognized April as ‘Dalit History’ month. Dalit History Month is observed every year to remember important people and events in the history of the Dalits or Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes communities.

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Dalit Month is observed globally in April by followers of BR Ambedkar, a Dalit icon and the architect of the Constitution of India. The government of British Columbia said that it was observing the month to acknowledge and fight against discrimination spurred by discrimination and racism against people of color and indigenous people and to bring about justice and equality for all.

“April is a significant month for Dalit communities and it includes the birth and death anniversaries of important Dalit leaders and social reformers in the movement against systemic discrimination based on castes, such as BR Ambedkar, Jyotirao Phule, Mangu Ram Mugowalia, and Sant Ram Udasi , the government said.

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