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· August, 2011

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from August, 2011

India: Acid Survivor Denied Access To Mumbai College

Azerbaijan: Ramadan

South Korea: Anger Erupted over Video of Afro-American Man Assaulting Elderly Couple

Spain: Racism and Intolerance Advance Relentlessly

In Europe, xenophobia advances at an immense rate. Author Ana Lucía Sá writes about the situation of immigrants in Spain, the invisibility of the issue of racism and hate crimes...

Trinidad & Tobago: The “Granny Quilla” Video

Jamaica: Disrespecting Garvey

Turkey: An Armenian Adventure on Two Wheels

Despite historical differences and a closed border, an Armenian motorcyclist travels across Turkey, blogging his experiences and observations en route.

Russia: Court Rules Out to Block An Undisclosed LiveJournal Account

Mauritania: 13 Activists against Child Trafficking Arrested

Jamaica: Obama Rejects Plea for Garvey Pardon

Cameroon: Strength in Diversity

Madagascar: Expectant Mothers, Beware

Kyrgyzstan: Bloggers Take a Stand Against Manas-pulation

As Kyrgyzstan prepares for its 20th anniversary of independence and subsequent presidential elections, its legendary warrior king Manas is becoming more and more real by the day. Bloggers discuss the...

Bermuda: BAD Call to Boycott

Jamaica: Marcus Garvey's Birthday

Lebanon: Racism in Banks

Lebanon: New Migrant Center Opening in Beirut

Hungary: Hate Crimes and Double Standards

South Korea: Blood Type Personality Theory, How It Works

The blood type personality theory claims that people's blood type is predictive of their personality and compatibility with others. Nowhere is this belief more popular than in South Korea and...

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Unlikely Pen Pals?

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