VIDEO:Why calls to Bring Down Statues of Mahatma Gandhi Accusing Him of Being 'Racist' are Misguided
Updated: Sep 22
Faisal Devji is a historian and professor at the University of Oxford. He also is a senior fellow at the Institute for Public Knowledge (New York University) and Yves Oltramar Chair at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He is the author of a well-known book on Mahatma Gandhi called The Impossible Indian: Gandhi and the Temptations of Violence. In this interview, Prof. Devji argues to New World Order on why calls to bring down statues of Mahatma Gandhi accusing the Indian leader of being 'racist' are misguided.