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As the protests continued in the United States for a second week in response to the killing of George Floyd, people around the world began to stand up with them. From London to Pretoria to Sydney, people took to the streets to express the need for police reform and racial equality. Many held signs that […]

The first category featured in the 2023 Travel Noire Awards is Favorite International Vacay for Black Travelers. If you enjoy traveling abroad and receiving stamps on your passport, then you’ll love reading about the cities in this category. Through the selection process, which included reviewing feedback from our Travel Noire audience, three cities were chosen […]

About half of Americans see their identity reflected very well in census race and ethnicity questions Pew Research Center conducted this study to better understand how Americans think of their own racial and ethnic identities and how that maps onto the race and ethnicity questions that appeared on the 2020 census. For this analysis, we […]

Asian and Black Americans are more likely to report adverse experiences due to their race or ethnicity since the pandemic began About four-in-ten Asian (39%) and Black (38%) adults – and 27% of Hispanic adults – say someone has acted uncomfortable around them because of their race or ethnicity since the coronavirus outbreak. Only 13% […]

In an open letter addressed to the president of the Dominican Republic and other state institutions, Amnesty International, together with local human rights organizations, has called for an end to human rights violations against Haitians, Dominicans of Haitian descent and Black people in the enforcement of de facto racist migration policies, which are being implemented […]

George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis in May 2020 sparked the largest racial justice protests in the United States since the Civil Rights Movement. But the movement went far beyond this nation’s borders — it inspired a global reckoning with racism.

Hamburg, 24 November 2016 – New research on fashion trends and textile waste, released by Greenpeace on the eve of Black Friday, highlights the serious environmental consequences of overconsumption. Clothing is among the most sold products on the annual shopping day promoted in many countries, which, critics say, encourages impulsive overspending and unnecessary purchases through […]

The terms “black radicalism” and “racial capitalism” have become buzzwords in the revitalised international discussion about race that has arisen in parallel with the Black Lives Matter movement since 2013. Indeed, the idea that capitalism is inherently linked to racism is a common sense among many left-wing activists. Nevertheless, how exactly to understand that link […]

Alexanderia Haidara’s career in foreign policy, global business, and international development has taken her to four continents and 20 countries with her husband and three children along for the ride. Now she is bringing more than a decade of experience to her new travel podcast, Global Take, which is charting a different course by focusing […]

London CNN  —  “White silence is violence.” It’s a simple but powerful message shouted at Black Lives Matter protests around the world, and it marks a major shift in expectations: it’s no longer OK to just not be racist, you have . . .

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