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· May, 2008

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from May, 2008

Poland: Irena Sendler Obituary

Ukraine: A View From Crimea

Last week, Ukraine banned Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov from the country, after he called for Russia to take ownership of Sevastopol, a Ukrainian Black Sea naval port. The incident received...

Estonia: “Asymmetrical Bilingualism”

Slovenia: The Diaspora vs Croatia

Russia: Circassians

Macedonia: Greek Pacifists’ Visit

Xenophobia Plagues South Africa

Extremely violent attacks on foreigners in South Africa in the last days have stirred the entire South African media and of course… blogs. Individual bloggers question whether the government is...

Trinidad & Tobago: Don't Touch My Buddy

China: Ethnically diverse forum shut down

Uighur Online's attraction was in that it tolerated occasionally offensive and hateful opinions as valid parts of discussion; its closure now only demonstrates the short-sightedness of those responsible. As with...

Georgia: Right to Return

Ukraine: Crimean Tatar Deportations; “Tercuman”

Croatia: Marko Perkovic Thompson

Estonia: Anna-Maria Galojan

Armenia: “Non-Armenians”

Diaspora: Armenian-American Homophobia

Ukraine: A Blog on Crimea and Crimean Tatars

Ukraine: 64th Anniversary of Sürgün

Slovakia: Foreigners

Serbia: More on Niko Bellic

Blog for Palestine Day

Blogger za3tar has organized Blog About Palestine Day for today, May 15, the anniversary of the Nakba and Israel's 60th anniversary celebrations. Bloggers around the world were invited to blog...

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