Posts Tagged ‘Al Jazeera’

Video | Dominican Republic: No Citizenship For Children of Undocumented Haitian Workers

Laws aimed at curbing illegal migration have left thousands of first generation Dominicans unable to work, study or travel. Authorities issuing documents no longer recognize them as citizens.

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Video | Slovenia: The Obama of Piran – A New Slovenian Mayor

Voters in the Slovenian town of Piran have elected the country’s first black mayor. Nicknamed “The Obama of Piran”, Peter Bossman is a doctor who was born in Ghana and settled in Slovenia over three decades ago.

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Libya: African Immigrants Flee the Country

African migrants from Libya have been streaming into neighbouring Tunisia to escape the violence. They include many Africans running for their lives, for fear of being mistaken for mercenaries.

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Video | Iraq: Black Iraqis Allege Discrimination

Black Iraqis in the southern province of Basra complain of discrimination and say they are not fairly represented in the state.

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Video | Honduras: Development Threatening Garifuna Way of Life

A $100 million project to build the tourism industry in Honduras is threatening an Afro-Caribbean ethnic group called the Garifuna.

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Video | Brazil: Race and Racism in Latin America

Brazil is considered one of the most diverse countries in the world. But it too suffers from widespread racial discrimination with black Brazilians often finding themselves at the bottom of the social ladder. Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman visited Bahia, the heart of Brazil’s black culture.

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