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Latest in Tag: racism
Intentional action is necessary to move legislation from performative space to actual anti-racism intervention, says analysis lead author Dara Méndez
It includes works written during or around Shaw’s lifetime (1856-1950). The festival also focuses on classic American plays that achieved great success at the time of their presentation, and still resonate today.
Reform of public education and the elimination of systemic racism in the US are among the most important issues that [Democrat President-elect Joe] Biden focused on in his election campaign.
“Change must happen now. It won’t be easy, but it must be done. We are going to work harder on this. We won’t shy away from strengthening the legislation if needed,” EU Commission VP said.
“It isn’t enough to just say no to racism. We need action, we need education, things need to change,” Zaha said.
Comedy is present in the film especially in the interactions of the cops and the KKK, which is a product of the excellent acting performance.
We demand world to denounce terrorism, says President to Yazidi activist Nadia Mourad
The student died in April after being hit by a car
International and local media, as well as social networks, circulated the executive order issued by US president Donald Trump which banned people from numerous Muslim-majority countries to enter the US. Many tried to analyse the decision and came up with different results, while no one has bothered to read the decision itself or analyse it …
The arrested IS-affiliated group was making plans for terrorist attacks in the kingdom, says Saudi interior ministry
(The following is a transcript of a lecture presented at the Middle East Institute’s conference “The Middle East peace process after the Arab uprisings”.) When Jeremy Bowen, the BBC’s Middle East editor, returned to Jerusalem earlier this month, he was asked by colleagues what story he would be covering. The story seemed evident to Jeremy. …
Racist comments by US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump may play well with some disaffected Americans, but he has drawn nothing but contempt in Britain. Even the party of Margaret Thatcher rebukes him
After the drowning of two children in the Aegean between Turkey and Kos, European Commissioners visited the Greek island
By James M. Dorsey A violent display of racism by extreme nationalist supporters of storied Israeli football club Beitar Jerusalem coupled with recent Ethiopian Israeli protests against discrimination and the government’s handling of the capture of two Israelis by Hamas has moved racist attitudes towards dark-skinned Jews and Israeli Palestinians up the government’s agenda. Driving …
The attacks are believed to have been implemented by a group of Israeli settlers
By James M. Dorsey Recent football-related racism highlights European nations’ tortured transition from ethnically relatively homogeneous to multicultural immigration societies amid a resurgence of entrenched racial, including anti-Semitic, attitudes that flourish in times of economic crisis and are not limited to Muslim communities. Fans across Europe have lined up on both sides of the racism …
Dar Al-Ifta condemn mosque attacks in France following the attack on Charlie Hebdo
A few weeks ago, in his regular New York Times column, Thomas Friedman applauded the “radical evolutions” taking place across the Arab Gulf, dubbing them “The Other Arab Awakening“. Friedman makes the sweeping claim that, “in the wake of the Arab Spring, [Gulf leaders] are deeply concerned with their legitimacy, which they are discovering can …
Ministry of Foreign Affairs has pledged to aid Egyptian expats in Greece
Beneath the Belgian chocolate crust
Racism and discrimination has long been a problem in Egypt, particularly for Sudanese who have come to Egypt seeking a better life.