Une des publicités du média en ligne français Spicee annonce avec sarcasme: "Cette semaine, j'ai tiré sur aucun black dans la rue. J'étais trop occupé à regarder des documentaires sur spicee.com. - Stanley Aldridge, policier américain".
Ce "sarcasme" a heurté certains internautes, en particulier des noirs, qui trouvent déplacé de faire du marketing et de vendre un produit en s'amusant du racisme qu'ils subissent au quotidien.
Sur la défensive, le média…
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Dr. Tamika Cross is like any other doctor. She got her degree from a reputable medical school and now practices in Houston, TX, where she’s an OB-GYN. And like any other physician, when they’re on a plane and someone needs medical attention, generally she steps up to the plate to offer her professional opinion. Unfortunately, Delta Airlines had trouble seeing the doctor past her skin tone because Dr. Cross happens to be a Black woman. Her story’s gone viral since she first…Continue
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Le philosophe américain Cornel West propose une analyse sans concessions des causes de l'injustice dans un système capitaliste teinté de suprématie blanche. Un travail tout à fait d'actualité et particulièrement pertinent en cette période où de plus en plus d'afro-descendants se conscientisent et remettent en question l'ordre établi et les propagandes d'Etat.
Dans son livre …Continue
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After experiencing a bout of homelessness herself, Nikki Gane founded Dignity for Divas to help women who have suffered from a lack of shelter and a loss of hope. Dignity for Divas works to help and remind homeless women that they are beautiful and important. With programs like Diva Duty, in which Diva Survival kits consisting of hygiene products are distributed to women throughout the city, or Welcome Home bags, for women who are transitioning from temporary shelters to…Continue
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A l’attention de la direction de la communication du Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac.
Nous avons bien reçu vos explications.
Nous nous réjouissons que la rapidité de notre réaction et la célérité avec laquelle vous avez retiré ce livret de la circulation aient permis…
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The Zinn Education Project has launched an effort to get schools and communities to change Columbus day to Indigenous Peoples Day. We all know that Christopher Columbus was a racist, xenophobic murderous colonizer, but that has stopped the United States from celebrating his conquest with a day of his very own. Meanwhile in North Dakota, Indigenous people and allies are attempting to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, on land that would still be theirs had Christopher…Continue
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*TW: rape, sexual assault, child abuse
French Magazine Marie-Claire called out the fact Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re is still part of Vatican leadership in spite of his comments condemning the abortion of a 9-year-old Brazilian girl who was raped by her step-father. In the years since these comments, the Vatican still defends this stance, due to the belief that the fetus is a person and that the fetuses’ innocence and pregnant woman’s life are of equal…
Un livret pour enfants du Musée du Quai Branly commence avec plusieurs paragraphes douteux affirmant que certains esclaves avaient des vies "agréables" et que le Civil Rights Act de 1964 a marqué "la fin de la discrimination raciale" aux Etats-Unis. Certains invités du vernissage outrés parlent de révisionnisme.
La grande institution parisienne Musée du Quai Branly vient d'inaugurer 'The Color Line', une…
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Musée du Quai Branly's booklet for kids starts with several questionable paragraphs stating that some slaves had "pleasant lives" and that the Civil Rights Act from 1964 marked "the end of racial discrimination"... Many say this is revisionist "History" at its best.
Major Parisian institution Musée du Quai Branly just launched 'The Color Line', a very ambitious exhibition about the History of…
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