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· May, 2014

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from May, 2014

“An Island Luminous” Makes Haiti Open Access

Should the Family and Friends of Terrorists in China Be Punished Too?

Some Chinese are calling for the use of “lianzuo”, a form of collective punishment, for acts of terrorism in the wake of the latest attack that left 39 people dead.

VIRAL VIDEO: ‘But We're Speaking Japanese’

Hong Kong Public Libraries Ignore Biggest Minorities’ Need

Guyana: Remembering Walter Rodney

EU Survey Indicates Correlation Between Anti-Minorities Views and Ideological Right

Exhibition in Taiwan: Monument for the Self-immolated Tibetans

Mauritanian Police Clamps Down on Black Protest

It's Not Easy Being Black in Cuba

Caribbean Joins Fight to #BringBackOurGirls

Muslims Flee After Separatists Kill 32 in India

Armed Bodo separatists fired indiscriminately at Muslim settlers and torched homes in three different attacks. They were allegedly targeted for their voting choice in the recently concluded elections.

Bangladesh's LGBT Community Steps Out in Rainbow Colors for New Year's

In Muslim-majority Bangladesh, homosexuality is considered to be unacceptable socially and religiously, and gay sex is illegal.

Train Station Blast Kills 3, Injures Dozens in China

The attack highlighted the grim challenges of security and simmering ethnic tensions in the resource-rich province.

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