What's your opinion on this article? Why did Ethiopian-born Israeli model and actress Tahunia Rubel, who became famous on the Israeli version of “Big Brother,” say, “Israel is one of the most racist countries in the world.”In the widely circulated daily Yedioth Anronoth, Rubel added, “We have a screwed-up government … and the police are total idiots.” “People in Israel find it strange to see an Ethiopian woman who behaves like an Israeli,” she said.
What's your opinion on this article? During a recent talk, organized by the Royal Africa Society, Facebook and the Ghana 60 Years on Committee, Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo urged African leaders to free their people from a mindset of “dependence.”During the talk he chronicled how Ghana and Cote D’Ivoire, and much of Africa, through corruption and undervaluing the continent’s natural resources are being exploited.
What's your opinion on this article? Since its 2010 launch Africa Week has evolved to focus on a wide range of African development priorities. This year’s UN supported Africa Week included the launching of the 2017 Africa Sustainable Development Report, at the African Union Mission on East 47th Street, in New York.
For while the request that people dissociate from anti-gay, anti-Semitic, anti-trans rhetoric might be a valid one, 1 can’t separate this demand from fact that #America traditionally only makes these demands of #Blackleaders & #politicians while few others are expected 2 comply
Dr Monteiro, activist & former #Temple Univ prof, told #FinalCall the “strategy” of leading #Zionist organ. n the #US n particular the Anti-Defamation League #ADL & the Southern Poverty Law Center #SPLC, is 2 separate #Farrakhan from his #Black base. Their strategy will not work
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Selecting a term
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