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· October, 2011

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from October, 2011

Brazil: Mobilization Against Racism Towards Indigenous Peoples

Myanmar Netizens to BBC: Apologize Now

Some Myanmar netizens are asking BBC to apologize for publishing an ‘inaccurate' map of Myanmar's ethnic groups. BBC has already updated the map but netizens still want a formal apology

USA: The Challenge of Diversity in the “Occupy” Movement

One month since the initial occupation of the financial district of New York, Wall Street, collective actions in the city continue to diversify. Activists and organizations from minority communities have...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Question of Race

Brazil: Violence Against Indigenous Fulni-o Tapuya

India: The Hidden Corruption

Azerbaijan: More Voices

Azerbaijan: Beautiful, Sophisticated, Democratic, and Tolerant… Just Scary Azeri

Azerbaijan: Land of extreme politeness

Guinea: Another Bloody and Violent September 28

September 28 is a date feared by all Guineans whether they live in their country or abroad. This year opposition activists demonstrated peacefully to denounce the government's unilateral acts, but...

Trinidad & Tobago: Striving to be Better

Jamaica: Hiding “Behind Blackness”

Peru: 14 Shamans Murdered in Amazon Town

United States: Alabama Passes Country's Strictest Anti-Immigration Law

On September 29, the state of Alabama passed the United States' strictest anti-immigration law, following in the footsteps of Arizona's already controversial law, which criminalized illegal migrant status. Read reactions...

Curacao: Comedy or Mockery?

Curacao: Inadequate Narrative on Slavery

Myanmar: Interactive Map of Ethnic Groups

Armenia: Steve Jobs’ Armenian connection and an obituary

Jamaica: A Proud Black History

Mauritania: Black Mauritanians Fear for their Citizenship as Census Proceeds

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