racism

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Light-skinned but not immune to colorism

Light Skinned But Not Immune: Privilege and Colorism in the Caribbean

The #EverydayColorism campaign shares the lived experiences of Caribbean people affected by colorism – discriminatory or preferential treatment of same-race people because of skin tone. Colorism pervades the region, affecting Caribbean people across the continuums of gender, age, socioeconomic status—and skin tone. Light-skinned people are

Míriam Hatibi on Activism Against Islamophobia by We Belong for Girls' Globe

Míriam Hatibi on Activism Against Islamophobia

For the third episode of We Belong Podcast, we take you to Spain to meet Míriam Hatibi. Míriam is an activist against racism and islamophobia and the author of ‘Look Me in the Eye’ and ‘Leila’.

Bellamy on Amplifying the Voices of Afroitalians by We Belong for Girls' Globe

Bellamy on Amplifying the Voices of Afroitalians

For the second episode of We Belong Podcast, we take you to Milan, Italy, for a special remote interview with Bellamy – a model, blogger, activist and the founder of Afroitalian Souls.

Black Girl Magic: 4 Activists You Should Know by Khayriyyah MuhammadSmith for Girls' Globe

Black Girl Magic: 4 Activists You Should Know

As Black History Month comes to a close, I want to acknowledge a few of the amazing black girls and young women making an impact in the world right now.

A Different Take on Inclusion

In the same way racism is not just an issue for people of color, sexual assault and harassment is not just an issue for women. But too often, these issues are labeled as the responsibility of those being harmed by them the most.

A White Woman’s No to White Privilege and White Supremacy

In light of recent events in the USA and in my home country Sweden, I cannot stay quiet any more.  The violent terrorism by white supremacist groups cannot be accepted and ignored as we silently fear history repeating itself. Political leaders in the USA and

I Survived for a Reason

By an anonymous writer from Afghanistan My parents wanted a son, My birth disappointed them. A few weeks after I was born, My grandfather was killed. My mother thought I was bad luck. When I was 6 years old, Our neighbor’s boy sexually harassed me.

Europe, Don’t See Refugees as a Threat!

Terrorism, violence against women, unemployment – these are true threats that we are currently facing in Europe, yet far too often these issues are being equated with the refugee crisis that is visibly pressuring European countries. That equation is not only false, it is also a

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