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The article did point out that in spite of several community members taking "impressive strides in terms of economic prosperity" "caste tensions lie just beneath the surface" However the sentence used in the tweet when read in isolation did propagate ideas frequently used by upper-caste Hindus to peddle an anti-Dalit narrative Such statements are often heard in arguments which question the validity of the reservation system as also and other legal provisions enacted for the community’s welfare Many people on Twitter took the same view and bashed the news website for its choice of caption Just a generation ago public spaces were segregated in USA But until recently there was an African American President So why are they protesting This is how "hot takes" look when white folks upper caste folks try to cash in on the struggles of oppressed Do better @nytimes — Benson Neethipudi (@BenNeethipudi) April 8 2018 New York Times be like “there are black millionaires & billionaires so racism has stopped existing #alllivesmatter bro” — Baba Manhattani (@BabaGlocal) April 8 2018 You are just Looking at 1% ignoring 99% Look at the reality happening in the country you have no idea how brutally they are killing attacking discriminating innocent people coz they are #Dalits — Mahesh M (@MaheeSwaero) April 9 2018 Some of the comments whichclaimed that Dalits are now ‘privileged’ also ended up proving the point made by those who criticised the caption Well pointed out It’s because of politics by congress — Hitiksha vora (@HittsVora) April 9 2018 The story about dalit being killed for riding horse is fake news The propagandists of millennium old discrimination should read the book beautiful tree by dharampal Also they should tell how certain communities have moved from being SC to even BC today in less than 100 years — Indian First (@nationfirst) April 9 2018 Dalits today are privileged they are scared of equality in the eyes of law Any suggestion that some of their privileges should be curbed triggers them — SoumyakantiChakrbrty (@soumyakanti17) April 8 2018 Ssome people did mark the distinction between the quality of the article and the words chosen for the tweet Maybe the tweet indulges in a bit of cheap clickbaitism but the actual article only reports about the whys The outrage is justified for the tweet but not the article Unless one is born in a Dalit household any other representation & outrage comes out of modified privilege — Rationalist (@nm79er) April 8 2018 @nytimes: good article ok headline rock-bottom tweet Tweets are the public face of the article Do better — We’re_All_Rising (@BreadConquerer) April 8 2018 Dalit groups had launched vociferous protests throughout the country on 2 April as part of a ‘bharat bandh’ agitation The protests were held to oppose a recent Supreme Court ruling that there should be no immediate arrest of public servants under the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989 A bench of the court had held thata probe prior to arrest under the act which makes the offence non-bailable will help filter out bogus and retributive cases invoking the stringent act The protests turned violent in some parts of the country with 11 people losing their lives The community is also agitating against rising hate crimes alleging that ‘dilution’ of the stringent Atrocities Act will make it harder for victims to come forward with complaints owing to the fear of retribution A large crowd gathered at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill campus on Wednesday night to mourn the loss of three Muslim students who were shot near campus Tuesday All three victims Deah Barakat 23; his wife Yusor Abu-Salha 21; and her sister Razan Abu-Salha 19 were shot in the head A 46-year-old man named Craig Stephen Hicks turned himself over to the authorities and was charged for the crime on Tuesday Police say they believe the shooting might have been related to an ongoing dispute over a parking space between neighbors but say they have not determined a motive The father of two the dead Dr Mohammad Abu-Salha said Wednesday he believed it was a hate crime "It was execution style a bullet in every head" Abu-Salha said "This was not a dispute over a parking space; this was a hate crime” Both UNC chancellor Carol Folt and North Carolina State University chancellor Randy Wooden spoke at the vigil as did the victims’ family members according to WNCN [WNCN] Witness Scenes from the Vigil for Chapel Hill’s Shooting Victims A woman cries as a video is played during a vigil on the campus of the University of North Carolina for three Muslim students who were murdered in Chapel Hill NC on Feb 11 2015 Chris Keane—Reuters Namee Barakat and his wife Layla Barakat parents of shooting victim Deah Shaddy Barakat embrace during a vigil on the campus of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill NC on Feb 11 2015 Chris Keane—Reuters People light candles during a vigil on the campus of the University of North Carolina for three Muslim students who were murdered in Chapel Hill NC on Feb 11 2015 Al Drago—The News & Observer/AP People gather at "The Pit" during a vigil on the campus of the University of North Carolina for three Muslim students who were murdered in Chapel Hill NC on Feb 11 2015 Travis Long—The News & Observer/AP Nida Allam a senior at North Carolina State University rests her head on Asheen Allam during a vigil on the campus of the University of North Carolina for three Muslim students who were murdered in Chapel Hill NC on Feb 11 2015 Al Drago—The News & Observer/AP A woman holds a candle during a vigil on the campus of the University of North Carolina for three Muslim students who were murdered in Chapel Hill NC on Feb 11 2015 Brendan Smialowski—AFP/Getty Images 1 of 6 Advertisement Write to Eliana Dockterman at elianadockterman@timecom But today there are Dalit millionaires. in part because creatures that soak up silica, it seemed inevitable that he would be sent home. 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