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As discussed below, inquality is being exacerbated by US immigration policy, which favors dominant caste male Asian-Indian tech workers — many of whom now demand more green cards to be alloted to them, under S386.

Thousands of Women Gather in US for 4th Annual Women’s March
By VOA News Updated January 18, 2020 12:15 PM
Thousands of women began marching Saturday in cities across the United States for the fourth annual Women’s March to advocate for a host of issues, including gender equality and women’s human rights.

Rallies got underway in dozens of cities, including Washington, where the first Women’s March in 2017 drew hundreds of thousands of people the day after President Donald Trump was sworn into office. The march has included a political message since it began three years ago when many protesters wore the knitted pink hats that have become a symbol of women’s anti-Trump sentiments.

Politics continued to be a strong theme at the Women’s March in all subsequent years, including in 2018 when the organizers moved the march to Nevada, a battleground state for the midterm elections that year, as well as in 2019 when the march returned to Washington and heralded the record 102 women who had been recently elected to the House of Representatives…” More here: https://www.voanews.com/usa/thousands-women-gather-us-4th-annual-womens-march

The term is Asian-Indian in the United States.  “Indian” in the United States refers to American Indians.  This matters because of the way the treaties are written.  

To AT&T Women: Train Your Job To An Indian And Respect That He Won’t Shake Your Hand, January 16, 2020: https://protectusworkers.com/to-att-women-do-not-shake-hands-with-indian-male-with-whom-you-are-training-your-job/


Gender bias against women for hiring and pay within India: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/548581522089881652/pdf/WPS8379.pdf

From ca 2015, but more clear: