Racism
Activists slam UK government commission’s denial of systemic racism in the country 

The commission was formed after the Black Lives Matter protests rocked the country last year. It said that while there was racial discrimination in the country, it was not systemic or deliberate

Anti-Asian racism in the US cannot be understood without taking into account imperialism

Kei Pritsker of BreakThrough News talks about racism against Asians in the United States, especially in the aftermath of the horrific shootings in Atlanta. He explains how such incidents cannot be separated from the larger context of US imperialism

Atlanta shooting: Shock and outrage as authorities deny hate crime

Progressives have denounced statements by law enforcement officials which have denied the racial and gendered motivation of the crime and sought to humanize the perpetrator

Black lives still don’t matter in America

A welcome change in national leadership in the US means little for the scourge of racism infecting the nation—unless words are matched by action

Communists in Netherlands vow to deepen the struggle against imperialism and for socialism

In an interview with Peoples Dispatch, the Communist Youth Movement in the Netherlands discusses how they continue to organize against capitalist exploitation and oppression drawing on their rich history of struggle and internationalism

Proud Boys Canada Canada declares pro-Trump white supremacist group Proud Boys a terrorist organization

Proud Boys, which was founded by a Canadian Gavin McInnes, in 2016 describes itself as “western chauvinist” and has openly supported many of Donald Trump’s racist policies

UN res against Nazism US, Ukraine vote against UN resolution against Nazism

51 countries including all members of the EU, Australia, News Zealand and Canada were among those who abstained from voting on the UN resolution asking members to eliminate all forms of racism and attempts to glorify Nazism. The resolution was passed with overwhelming support from the third world countries.

Racism and death at Carrefour are the tip of the iceberg involving multinationals

Racism and death at Carrefour are the tip of the iceberg involving multinationals

Victims of nuclear bomb tests on US soil 75 years ago continue to seek justice

Before the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it conducted tests that have caused serious health issues to generations of New Mexico residents—who remain uncompensated

Breonna_Taylor_Memorial_Louisville_Kentucky Justice not served in Breonna Taylor murder case

A Kentucky jury charged only one of the three officers accused in Breonna Taylor’s murder with minor felonies, which carry a maximum sentence of five years each. The wrongful death lawsuit against the other two accused was rejected

US court ruling TPS US appeals court approves Trump’s move to end protected status for 300,000 immigrants

The court overturned earlier injunctions by federal judges against the government’s decision to end the Temporary Protected Status for people from four countries

Willy Monteiro killing - Italy Widespread outrage in Italy over the killing of a 21-year-old black youth

Willy Monteiro Duarte was killed while trying to help his friend who was caught in an altercation with a group of people in Colleferro in Rome. Many believe the killing of the 21-year old black youth to be of a racist nature

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