All posts tagged with: racism

A house divided against itself cannot stand

Publié 28 août 2014 Avatar Christopher Onoka

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The veracity of Lincoln's words to address the issue of slavery over 150 years ago were sourced from the Bible and the veracity of these words still applies today. The issue of racism is still quite present in our society. One doesn't need to look at the fatal extremes such as the recent shooting of Michael Brown, an 18 year old from Ferguson by a police officer or before that the shooting of 17 year old Treyvon Martin by acquitted George Zimmerman. Before the trial there was s...


Humanity misses you Madiba!

Publié 18 juillet 2014 no picture GHEBOULI Zinelabidine

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Today is the Madiba day; we're celebrating this important day without the person who has inspired us! Today, we remember a great man who fought for all of us, who suffered in prison, who was bitten so that we can live here in this big world without racism. Mandela was an activist who believed that it's our responsibility to fight and to defend our rights, and that it's up to us to make the world a better place for those who were oppressed and victims of the awful racism. Madiba...


Why did Michael Jackson change his skin colour?

Publié 1 mars 2014 no picture aarthi_GEMConnect_Chennai_India

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Why Michael Jackson changed his skin colour? It has always been a mystery to me why Michael Jackson, King of Pop, changed his skin from black to white. Some people say it may have been due to a disease called vitilgo which cause white splotches on skin. But a lot of people suspect that it is due to one cause which exists even today: RACISM. Michael Jackson, an American actor, businessman, dancer, producer, singer and philanthropist, was said to have surpassed even Elvis Presl...


Denouncing racism through a powerful short film

Publié 5 décembre 2013 Avatar KateVOY

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Interview with Elisa Moar. Learn more about Elisa's filmhere. What is your video about? This video was created to denounce any form of verbal violence and racism against aboriginal youth. Racism and insults are present every day in the lives of many young aboriginal people. Why did you make this video? What motivated you to make it? Everything started with a project called ‘’project footprint’’ that my high school in my community participated in. The original...