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· July, 2011

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from July, 2011

Hungary: Situation of Roma

Puerto Rico: Libraries and Reading

Cuba: Call for Justice in Death of Teen

Estonia: Tower of Babel

The Balkans: Trials of Ratko Mladić and Goran Hadžić

Armenia: Nationalist links alleged after Utøya attacks

Jamaica: Public Outbursts from Diasporan Women

Bosnia & Herzegovina: The March of Peace

Argentina's Chinese-Argentines

Trinidad & Tobago: Celebrating Emancipation

Hungary: Nation or State?

Norway: Courtroom Doors Will be Closed

Inside the Mind of the Norwegian Terrorist

Turkey: Ethnic Tension Rises Further as Street Clashes Erupt in Istanbul

In the aftermath clashes between army and separatist Kurdish PKK militants earlier this month, ethnic tension in Turkey continues to grow. Marches in the Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul broke out...

Norway: A Firsthand Account of the Massacre in Utøya

Prableen Kaur, a 23-year old local politician and youth leader from Oslo, has blogged a firsthand account of what she did to survive when a fanatic killer opened fire on...

Norway: The Online Traces of a Mass Murderer

Bloggers and journalists in Norway and abroad continue to look for any online traces of murder suspect Anders Behring Breivik in hopes that it could help explain his actions on...

India: Being A Muslim In Mumbai After The Terrorist Attacks

Georgia: Diversity in motion

Guatemalan Women Misrepresented by Guatemala's Tourism Board

U.S.V.I., St. Kitts: On Belonging

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