Apartheid

‘no To Apartheid’: Palestinian Activists Blockade Entrance To Israel’s New ‘apartheid...

Over a dozen Palestinian activists, along with Israeli and international supporters, blockaded the entrance to Israel’s new ‘Apartheid Road’ in the central occupied West Bank district of Jerusalem on Wednesday morning. The group of activists...
Related topics: Activism, Israel, Jerusalem

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We’re Headed Towards Economic Apartheid Just As Mlk Warned

January 15th marked what would’ve been Dr. Martin Luther King’s 90th birthday. Most known for his famous “I Have Dream Speech,” King envisioned a future in which deep racial inequalities — including deep economic inequality — were...

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Mlk Day Special: Rediscovered 1965 King Speech On Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South...

As the nation marks 90 years since the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we air a rediscovered speech he delivered on December 7, 1964, days before he received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo. In a major address in London, King spoke about...
Related topics: South Africa, Nobel Prize, Norway, Oslo, United Kingdom, London

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White Doctors Need Not Apply In Rainbow Utopia

With the downfall of Apartheid, racism has been abolished in South Africa — except when it comes to incidentals like personal safety, owning property, and getting a job. If you want to work as a doctor, you had better be black, because the rainbow...
Related topics: South Africa

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Understanding Punishment And Crime Control In South Africa's Marginalized Communities

Inadequate policing, vigilantism, social inequality, the legacy of apartheid: these are the complex factors affecting the landscape of law and justice in South Africa's informal shack settlements. University of Toronto Mississauga assistant...
Related topics: South Africa, Canada, Toronto

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The Lighter Side Of Genocide

The genocide being inflicted on white farmers in post-Apartheid South Africa has been horrific, but least it provides a few cynical snickers for news editor/comedian Daniel Friedman: On a tip from Dragon’s Lair. The post The Lighter Side of...
Related topics: South Africa

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Biggest Stories Of 2018: Israel Announced Apartheid, Shot Thousands Of Civilians

Juan Cole2018 was the year Israel finally went completely rogue and ensured that it can no longer be considered to be in the club of liberal capitalist democracies. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Related topics: Israel, World Photos

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‘de-osloizing’ Palestine Is A precondition For Peace With Justice

In one of his most quoted Fanonian statements, founder of the South African Black Consciousness Movement and Anti-apartheid icon Steve Biko says: Not only have the whites been guilty of being on the offensive, but by some skillful maneuvers, they...
Related topics: Palestine

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Palestinicide(s)

While apartheid, military occupation, and even ethnic cleansing, have at times surfaced in mainstream discussions, these phenomena are not Israel’s ultimate crimes. They are means to control Palestinian lives and, as such, symptoms of the ongoing...
Related topics: Military, Israel

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Colonial And Apartheid-era Laws Still Govern Press Freedom In Southern Africa

They came for her on her way home. Walking from the offices of her newspaper on 10 October 2018, Sylvanie Kiaku did not expect to be arrested by officers of the judicial police. Kiaku, the editor of the La Percée, also did not expect to be detained...
Related topics: Police

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Bds Victories In 2018 Reflect A Growing Movement

Most people date the global boycott campaign to end South African apartheid to the 1980s.  By then, many student governments in the US were asking their university administration to divest from South African companies, activists were calling upon...
Related topics: Activism

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African Child Rearing

A video depicting African child rearing does more to explain poverty than any number of lectures about racism or the legacy of Apartheid. From Paarl, South Africa: Poverty is not caused by lack of economic opportunity. At the cultural level (and in...
Related topics: World Videos, South Africa

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Dumbing Down Education Requirements In South Africa

There is only one way to achieve equity: reduce all standards to the lowest common denominator. This includes dumbing down education requirements. Once again, the glorious path forward toward progressive utopia is illuminated by post-Apartheid South...

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Ben White’s Hopeful Vision May Include Some False Positives

CRACKS IN THE WALL Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel by Ben White 144 pp. Pluto Press $15 In his 2016 book, “Trouble in the Tribe: The American Jewish Conflict Over Israel,” Dov Waxman concluded that, “The pro-Israel consensus...
Related topics: Palestine, Israel

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‘no Longer Profiting From Apartheid’: Airbnb Bans Rentals In Occupied West Bank

The company behind the popular online marketplace for renting your home, Airbnb, decided on Monday to remove rental listings from homes in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.

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What Gaza Wants

Four years after the Israeli Occupation Forces perpetrated a massacre upon the population of Gaza, the third in 5 years, Apartheid Israel insists on committing more crimes by targeting civilians protesting peacefully every Friday demanding their...
Related topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine, Israel, Protests

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The Chinese And Soviets Had A Bigger Role In Supporting Apartheid Than We Previously Knew

It’s not very often that a book really reshapes our perception of an issue, but Hennie van Vuuren’s “Apartheid, Guns and Money: a tale of profit” is one. It is a massive work: over 600 pages and the result of a decade of meticulous,...

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The Non-confrontational Question That Helps Men Become Feminists

Mukoma Wa Ngugi is an intellectual who forces us to rethink the boundaries of our world. His poetry stirs the soul; in To Betray the Nation, They Betray You First, a startling eulogy to South African anti-apartheid activist Winnie Mandela, who died...
Related topics: Feminism, Activism

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‘we Can Bring This Apartheid System To An End’: Anti-zionist Israelis Join The Great March Of...

A group of 50 Anti-Zionist Israelis joined the Great March of Return from the Eastern side of the fence that besieges the Gaza Strip. The group, called Return, raised Palestinian flags that could be seen by the Palestinian protesters and chanted...
Related topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine, Protests

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With Poor Human Rights Record, Repatriation Not Possible

Rohingya after they fled Myanmar in 2017 arrive at Shahparir Dip in Teknaf, Bangladesh. Credit: IPSBy Tharanga YakupitiyageUNITED NATIONS, Oct 26 2018 (IPS)Policies that allow for impunity, genocide, and apartheid are “intolerable” and make...
Related topics: Human Rights, Myanmar, Bangladesh

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