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ATLANTA, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The chronically deep psychic pains and traumatic social injuries associated with centuries of racism and racial conflict in America cannot be healed with repeated, ...
Far-right demonstrators from the British National Party (BNP) are descending on the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham, in what it claims is a protest about the child abuse scandal. The BNP are gathering in Parkgate in the town centre to demand a public inquiry into the scandal, in which at least 1,400 young girls from the town were abused over many years, mainly by residents of Pakistani descent ...
Anger in Italy as the country's football federation elects Carlo Tavecchio as its new president despite him recently calling African players "banana-eaters"
Splits in FIFA anti-racism strategy at World Cup, ahead of big challenge at 2018 host Russia
Splits in FIFA's plan to fight discrimination at the World Cup have been exposed after reported incidents involving fans went unpunished.
The World Cup may be over, but the backlash from the games has left a rippling effect that raises questions of the presence racism within professional sports.
Former United defender reveals the day his old manager gave him a surprise apology in the wake of the John Terry racism trial
A German neo-Nazi politician already elected to the European Parliament has been appointed to a committee responsible for the protection of human rights to the shock of Jewish associations and anti-racism activists. Udo Voigt, the former leader of the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD), who praised Adolf Hitler in the past, has taken a seat in the EU Parliament's Civil Liberties, Justice ...
Henry Winter: Governining body's task force against racism is aghast at disciplinary commission's failure to punish discriminatory acts by Mexico, Croatia and Germany fans