Suspense author Randy Singer brings awareness to the plight of Dalits in India.
The Dalits, formerly called the "untouchables," comprise nearly one quarter of India's society, with population estimates of 250 million people. The term "Dalit" means "those who have been broken and ground deliberately by those above them in the social hierarchy." Dalits live at risk of discrimination, dehumanization, violence, and enslavement through human trafficking every day. By all global research and reports, the Dalits consititute the largest number of people categorized as victims of modern day slavery.
A bit about Randy Singer
Randy Singer is a man of many talents. By date he is a litigation attorney specializing in complex personal injury cases and commercial litigation for the law firm of Willcox and Savage.
His first novel, Directed Verdict, won the prestigious Christy Award for the best Christian suspense novel that year. He has written ten legal thrillers.
Randy is deeply passionate about ending the human rights struggle of India. He is donating all royalties from the sale of False Witness to the Dalit Freedom Network, which works to provide Dalit children a first-class education and to free them from the bondage of human trafficking.
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