Racism
A racist party and the sway of king Leopold’s ghost

A recent ‘African-themed party’ in Brussels shows that many Belgians have not reflected on or learnt from the lessons of their horrific past as a colonial power which was one of the most brutal eras in Africa history

“Our universities must be survivable for students and staff of color”

Interview with the Goldsmiths Anti-Racist Action (GARA), a group of concerned students at Goldsmiths, University of London, that fights racism within and outside the campus.

Britain greeted its new prime minister with roadblocks and ‘Fck Boris’ banners

Activists flooded Downing Street as a demonstration against the ascent of Boris Johnson, known for his right-wing rhetoric, racism, anti-environmentalism and hard-line stance on Brexit

“We’re living one of the worst moments of Brazilian racism,” writer says

Oswaldo Faustino on the law that abolished slavery in Brazil 131 years ago and the setbacks in racial equality efforts

PHAKS NUMSA ‘South Africa has never really dealt with the racist structure of its economy’

Peoples Dispatch speaks to Phakamile Hlubi Majola, spokesperson of National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa ( NUMSA), on the union’s militant struggle over the years and the challenges ahead.

Black churches burnt down in suspected racist attacks raise USD 2 million in crowdfunding

The St. Mary Baptist Church, Greater Union Baptist Church and Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, which are of historic significance of the Black community, were burnt down in Louisiana between March 26 and April 6 in what are believed to be racist attacks

Protest against the Freedom Party of Austria Progressive sections condemn Austrian authorities’ decision to absolve racist pamphlet

The right-wing Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), part of the ruling coalition, has been continuously propagating racist statements against the immigrant Muslim community in the country

New Zealand Attack In New Zealand and across the world, people rise against white supremacism and Islamophobia

Rallies in solidarity with victims and against hate-mongering and racism were held across New Zealand and other cities in the world in the aftermath of the Christchurch shooting, in which a white supremacist killer killed 50 people, most of whom were migrants and refugees

Puerto Rico Hurricane: Racial Discrimination by USA

Trump and others fall back on centuries-old colonial stereotypes of islanders being “lazy” and “indolent,” and, in his own words, “wanting everything done for them”.

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