CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Dalits and Racial Justice: 1. Racial Discrimination; 2. Impacts of Racism; 3. Discrimination and Inequality; 4. Caste-based Segregation: The Hidden Apartheid in India; 5. Violence against Dalit Minorities; 6. Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of India Dalits; 7. Racism and Governing Justice; 8. Human Rights and Global Social Justice. Vol.2: Dalits: Security and Rights Implications: 1. Living Conditions of Dalits; 2. Discriminated Communities; 3. Issues of Dalit Christians; 4. Development of Scheduled Castes; 5. Legal Provisions to Protect the Dalits' Rights; 6. Reservation in Services; 7. Campaign on Dalit Human Rights. Vol.3: Dalits: The Broken Future: 1. Racism and Cast-based Discrimination; 2. Indian Dalits: The Agony of Living; 3. Caste and Inequality; 4. Racism and Public Policy; 5. Cast Clashes; 6. Violence Against Dalits; 7. Dalit Women and Human Rights Violations; 8. Conversion of Dalits; 9. Issues of Dalit Muslims; 10. Legal Obligations to Protect Dalits.
Dalit is an important phenomenon in India today. It is no more a question of discrimination alone. Dalits is a political constituency. They have been using a reservation opportunity in admission, jobs and promotion as well as in law making legislatures. But at the ground level their segregation continues. So does the debate that how to remove this scrouge of Indian society. Is reservation the best answer. In fact the caste system that was convinced thousands of years ago to increase the productivity has become a tool of division especially in the matter of sharing food and at the time of marriage. This book deals with all issues pertaining to dalits in its entirely for the students, teachers social scientists and free thinkers. An excellent reference work, a ready recknorer and an important source for deliberation.