African Union condemns ‘murder of George Floyd in USA’

29 May 2020, Addis Ababa: The Chairperson of the African Union Commission Moussa Faki Mahamat strongly condemns the murder of George Floyd that occurred in the United States of America at the hands of law enforcement officers, and wishes to … Read the rest

Asians in USA are punished for having better test scores than blacks and Latinos

Sarah was at a college prep seminar when she was told she’d have to be better than everyone else.

Sarah was shown a prominent study that correlated race and SAT scores in college admissions, which found that Asian-Americans were at … Read the rest

Telkom targets whites

Telkom plans to target white, male employees when making job cuts that may affect more than 2,600 managers at South Africa’s largest fixed-line phone company, according to labor unions.

The carrier will consider “employment equity” when deciding who to dismiss, … Read the rest

Appeal Court: Police ‘clearly discriminated against’ white police officer

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) said on Thursday the SA Police Service had clearly discriminated against Lt-Col Renate Barnard on the basis of race.

The SCA has upheld an appeal against a decision of the Labour Appeal Court (LAC) … Read the rest

Pik Botha: ANC broke AA deal

The African National Congress has broken the affirmative action deal it reached with the National Party in 1994, apartheid era foreign minister Pik Botha reportedly said.

According to a Fin24 report Botha said that Affirmative Action in its current guise … Read the rest

A pre-racial conception of humanity?

by Justin E. H. Smith

In 1734, Anton Wilhelm Amo, a West African student and former chamber slave of Duke Anton Ulrich of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, defended a philosophy dissertation at the University of Halle in Saxony, written in Latin and entitled … Read the rest

US and Canada lock up blacks, Indians

By Matt Moir, The Tyee

Idle No More is forcing many Canadians to be Willfully Blind No More.

Ostensibly, the movement spearheaded by Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence is about the protection of First Nations’ treaty rights. At its core, though, … Read the rest