- What Does Brexit Mean For Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in the UK? 0.07 views per day | 0 comments | by Mark Watson | posted on December 8, 2018 | under National News
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Remember the non-existent weapons of mass destruction which led to a devastating war in Iraq, over half a million Iraqis dead, and the oilfields of Iraq in the hands of Western corporations? Remember the bombing of Libya which was allegedly … Continue reading
Bloom’s ‘Bongo’ comment: A racist publicity stunt or an indication of how little he understands Britain?
UK Independent Party (UKIP) MEP, Godfrey Bloom is at the centre of a racism row after referring to countries in Africa as “Bongo Bongo land” in a speech he held in July relating to foreign aid sent abroad. Yet a … Continue reading
The British nation is said to be in shock as shocking images of 25 year old, Lee Rigby, a member of 2nd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, was hacked to death by two Muslim men on the streets Woolwich in … Continue reading
‘We will never win the nigger vote. The nig-nogs will never vote for us’, (Nigel Farage, the co-founder and leader of UKIP)
The racist comments above has been attributed to Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP, a party which claims to be non racist and governed in the interests of the British people.
Lee Jasper, a race relations activist and former Senior Policy Advisor on Equalities to the former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone, as well as MP for the Respect Party wrote on Twitter that, “black people in Europe and UK can’t be … Continue reading
Venezuelans mourn as revolutionary leader Hugo Chavez dies of cancer: People vow to continue his legacy
Venezuelans mourned the loss of a great revolutionary leader and icon for the global democratic progressive movement, as Hugo Chavez lost his battle to cancer at the age of 58 after battling the illness for two years, but Venezuelans have … Continue reading
Rapper Lupe Fiasco, real name Wasalu Muhammad Jaco, was kicked off stage by Barack Obama’s security at the StartUp RockOn concert to celebrate the re-election of the president on January 21st at the Hamilton in Washington D.C., after singing a … Continue reading
A study from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Race and Community in December 2012, has found that employers discriminate against applicants from ethnic minority backgrounds if their names are not anglicised.
When the mainstream media reported that French troops were involved in military conflict in Mali to support Malian government soldiers who are reported to be in a battle with Islamist rebels, kept out of the news was the real reason … Continue reading
While political Apartheid ended in South Africa over 18 years ago the legacy of slavery and European colonialism has left an ugly stain of extreme low self esteem amongst South Africans, where according to a recent study by the University … Continue reading
After over a year of legal battles former UPS employee Clive Henry who was suing his employer for race discrimination has lost his appeal case with the European Commission but vows to fight on.
Arrest, Imprisonment, detention without trial and extradition to the US: The fate that awaits anyone who oppose Western imperialism
Babar Ahmad, a South London IT worker, and one of the five Muslim men who have recently been extradited to the US by the British government after a long legal battle all had their fate sealed once they decided to … Continue reading
The TUC has warned that the coalition government plans to weaken equality laws by 2013 in a ruthless pursuit to please businesses at the expense of vulnerable groups such as black and minority ethnic (BME) workers.
Many people will probably be surprised that in 2012 a young woman would be savagely beaten by her parents for dating a black male, yet for black and minority ethnic communities racist attacks and abuse is a daily occurrence and … Continue reading
An Asian Royal Mail worker who was subjected to a campaign of racist intimidation and threats from his co-workers and even the work’s union, after he exposed a culture of racism where he worked has won £100,000 at an employment … Continue reading
The London 2012 Olympic games has barely begun yet two racist incidents have already been reported by the media including a Conservative MP who referred to the opening ceremony as “leftie multi-cultural crap”, and a Greek female athlete who has … Continue reading
The John Terry racism trial has been turned on its head by the media as Rio Ferdinand is accused of being a racist for responding naively to a tweet which referred to Chelsea defender Ashley Cole as a “choc-ice” after … Continue reading
A racist nurse who was stuck off for referring to a junior nurse as a ‘gorilla’, making monkey noises whilst discussing a black doctor, referring to black colleagues as ‘niggers’ as well as saying that they looked like apes, and … Continue reading
Dutch black players were the victims of monkey chants whilst they trained for the Euro 2012 tournament in Krakow on Thursday, prompting captain Mark van Bommel vowing to take the issue to UEFA.