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· June, 2011

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from June, 2011

Africa: Should Africa be ruled by monkeys?

Kyrgyzstan: CIS counterparts ready to intervene

Featured Translator: Fabienne Der Hagopian

Fabienne Der Hagopian is a volunteer translator for Global Voices in French. Being of Armenian descent, she has translated into French many posts about the Caucasus, but is also passionate...

Venezuela: Debates on Laws and Identities

May, the month of "Afro-Venezuelan" culture, ended this year with a new law against racial discrimination and a proposal to create a ministry for African descent. The news shot up...

Russia: Yuri Budanov Shot to Death in Moscow

Macedonia: Reminders of Unresolved Killings

Jamaica: Garvey's Reach

Puerto Rico: Poverty & Choices

Russia: Life Of Central Asian Labor Migrants in Moscow

Bahamas: Beyond Naipaul

Bermuda: Why the Homophobia?

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Garvey's Crime

Moldova: Liga Islamica and the (Limited) Religious Tolerance

The official registration of the Islamic League early this spring in Moldova has led to negative reactions and protests from the local politicians, the Orthodox Christian clergy and the public....

Mexico: Afro-Mexicans Protest After Death of Nigerian Immigrant

Cuba: Female Dissidents

Greece: Another victim of police brutality

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