JERSEY CITY, N.J., April 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Ex-student of University of Texas, Brownsville, Subho Chakraborty, has officially published his personal story of the racial discrimination, hazing, and assault that he experienced during his time at the University. Now a victim of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Chakraborty felt it was extremely important to throw light on the abuses and untoward events that are often swept under the carpet by US universities in order to preserve their reputations.
"My freedom of speech, civil rights, and personal safety were deliberately violated and threatened at the University of Texas, Brownsville," said Chakraborty. "People don't want to talk about uncomfortable topics like these, but there is a serious racial discrimination problem in this country today. This 'booklet' draws attention to the realities facing American universities today, and a full detailed book will follow sometime soon."
Please take a minute to see this video to get a synopsis of what happened and what the books expounds on - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHxzvkWb4pQ Racial Discrimination on International Student in Texas University is an Amazon Kindle book now available for purchase for only 99 cents.
Mr. Chakraborty has started an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for professional video production, further detailing all the untoward incidents he had to endure in the Rio Grande Valley. The ask is about $6000 for the documentary film, with donation denominations starting from $1. This 'not for profit' crowd-funding campaign is live right now.
Chakraborty has created a website to accompany the book release and to supplement all the proof and materials to the abuses suffered. For more information and documentation on the shocking, truthful book, please visit: http://www.racialutb.info/home.html
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