Slaves had no civil rights, couldn’t vote, and would not in fact be represented by those elected on this basis
Racism and Prejudice articles on Democracy Chronicles
Racism is a belief that all members of each race possess abilities specific to that race, so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our more general articles on History.
The juxtaposition of Kay Ivey promoting the validity of Confederate statues with the first monument dedicated to the era Alabama wants to forget, that of lynching mobs and racial terror is odd and uniquely Alabamian.
Jack Johnson was convicted by an all-white jury of “immorality” in connection with one of his relationships
Character reflects the anger, frustrations, hopes, yearnings and aspirations of young and old African-Americans today
Australian actress Cate Blanchett says she is bewildered by Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s silence
Indonesia is battling a wave of fake news and online hate speech ahead of presidential elections in 2019
Black History Month is an annual event that started in America in 1929 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson
Vladimir Putin is directing his forces to systematically erase the native Crimean Tatar people
Film triggered the enthusiasm of African fans and a sense of pride that Hollywood has finally plugged a gap
Zuma showed some political maturity in his speech. He recognised the supremacy of the people of South Africa whose interest all holders of public office must defend and submitted himself to the supreme law of the land.