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Victims of Antisemitism: The Anne Frank Huis and Museum Otto Weidt’s Workshop for the Blind – W.U Hstry

Last summer I had the opportunity to travel around Europe stopping in a number of countries. Today I will be looking at two museums I visited, the first in Amsterdam and the second in Berlin. 21 more words

20th Century

Victims of Antisemitism: The Anne Frank Huis and Museum Otto Weidt’s Workshop for the Blind

Last summer I had the opportunity to travel around Europe stopping in a number of countries. Today I will be looking at two museums I visited, the first in Amsterdam and the second in Berlin. 1,339 more words

20th Century

Belgium struggles to open police to Muslim minority

 Reuters International

MAR 21, 2017 –

Belgian police officers Ann Vercammen (L) and Tarek Chatt patrol at a market in the Brussels district of Molenbeek, Belgium August 18, 2016. 537 more words

The Muslim Times

Racism: More Than a Black and White Issue

This post has been influenced by the BBC’s televised interview with Robert Kelly and his family, during the discussion concerning North and South Korea. It led me to reflect more on my own experience, as well as the experience of other people I know, when it comes to racism. 792 more words

Life Experience

Porteus Mays reblogged this on IT IS A WHITE THING/ISSUE and commented:

"Where do Asians fit within the concept of racism? Why is our experience of racism ignored? Why are our issues made to be seen as less important? Of course, the Asian experience of racism is more varied than what I have spoken about. It is more complex than that."

Tolerance, Understanding, and Acceptance

Tolerance

Tolerance is being exposed to something you in some way oppose: you might dislike it or disagree with it, but in response you do nothing; you tolerate it. 1,044 more words

Philosophy

New York Scraps Literacy Test for Teachers After Minorities Fail to Pass It

http://www.renegadetribune.com/new-york-scraps-literacy-test-teachers-minorities-fail-pass/

By Daniel Lang of The Daily Sheeple

You wouldn’t think that a reading test for prospective teachers would be controversial. After all, if someone doesn’t have a firm grasp of the English language, then you wouldn’t want them to be anywhere near your children in a classroom setting. 404 more words

Daily News

Canadian military to review uniforms, badges, ceremonies to ensure it is welcoming to women, minorities

The Canadian military will review its badges, uniforms, flags and associated ceremonial activities to ensure they are welcoming to women, visible minorities, the disabled, indigenous people and members of the gay and transgender communities. 711 more words

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