Day: November 19, 2021

Islamic State Strengthening Its Foothold In Central Africa

After two suicide bombers detonated explosives in the Ugandan capital of Kampala, at least four people are said to have been killed and more than 30 others injured. The plumes of smoke which clouded the chaos on the 16th of November are now beginning to settle, as jihadist group Islamic

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Canada Works To Combat The Foundation Of Racism

Canada’s Federal Anti-Racism Strategy 2019 – 2022 works to combat “racism and discrimination that is anti-indigenous, Islamophobic, antisemitic, anti-black, or homophobic.” This strategic plan is meant to outline and mend the foundations that foster racism. The government intends to take both monetary as well as social approaches to ensure genuine, long-term

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The Polynesian Panthers Protests

New Zealand has both a recent and historical issue regarding the prevalence of racism in the country, in particular prejudice against low socio-economic areas which can make up a large portion of racial minorities. The Polynesian Panthers was a protest group that advocated for the rights of Pacifica peoples from

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