Written by Nina Camara Photography by Adam Grűnwald Central Europe is one of those places where it has never been easy to talk about racism. In the past, the Communist doctrine condemned it and the topic became a taboo, although prejudice has always existed behind closed doors. Nowadays, with the
Thursday 15 March 2018 7pm–8.30pm @ Kings Place, London Hosted by The Guardian, Gary Younge and Afua Hirsh will discuss “… some of the uncomfortable facts about race and identity in Britain today, as it relates to everything from slavery to Brexit and Meghan Markle to Black Lives Matter.
Brian, a young man of Nigerian descent, is killed by the police following what was supposed to be a ‘routine’ stop and search. The authorities’ insultingly mundane understatement ‘…There was a bit of a scuffle…’ is to suffice as explanation to Brian’s bereaved. The complexity of the grieving process is
By Ella Daniels Afropean’s Ella Daniels reports from the ground in Melilla, a Spanish outpost in Morocco, where the racialized reality shows the stark difference in treatment of Africans at the hands of Europeans on their own continent. In September of 2016 I found myself in Melilla.