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Building bridges over taken land

"Do I go Winnie or Mandela on him? Urrrggghhhh, I’m just trying to get fit, I don’t want to think about racism right now bletty shet".

US jury clears police in shooting of Tamir Rice

The shooting of the 12-year-old-boy in 2014 was described as a "perfect storm of human error" by the prosecutor, Tim McGinty.

Texas police officer in pool party video resigns

An officer seen in a viral video throwing a bikini-clad girl to the ground and pulling a gun on other youths has resigned, says police chief.

A month when black history and activism take centre stage

The story of Assata Shakur – wanted by the FBI since 1973 – shows how revolutionaries do not ‘drop from the moon’ but are shaped by society.

Selma: a reminder that 50 years on, #blacklivesmatter

The Oscar-nominated film comes to our screens at a time when racial and social equality debates are as topical as they were back in 1965.

Racial profiling: Charlie, Bravo, Whiskey

Comments on the area association's Facebook page show there's racism in Cape Town's quaint Harfield Village - and it exists throughout the country.

Unarmed man reaching for pills shot dead by cop

In what appears to be another incident of racial profiling in the US, a man was killed by a police officer who thought he was reaching for a gun.

African-Americans have little faith in US justice

Police officer Darren Wilson has not been seen in public since shooting Michael Brown, and black Americans doubt whether he will face justice.

St Louis protests grow over teen’s death

Tensions have risen in the St Louis suburb where Michael Brown (18) was shot multiple times by a police officer.

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