Chapter I: Introduction & Core Demands 1. Recognition as a Group affected by Racism People of African Descent and Black Europeans are one of the largest minorities in Europe and highlighted as being particularly vulnerable to racism across the European Union. Estimates from the United States Congress suggest that approximately 7,000,000 to 10,000,000 individuals of …
Regarding the UN CERD Concluding observations on Denmark, Afro Empowerment Center is very pleased with the recommendations. As it stands in Denmark without such implementations combating racism against People of African Descent (PAD) is futile. Currently if you migrate into Denmark, are born in Denmark from parents who are nationals of western nations but are also PAD, …
Julian Murhula – Chairman of ACODA RDC gives an inspiring speech in front of the US Embassy in Denmark. His speech outlines similarities between the struggle of African Americans and Congolese, the structures behind them, and points out how Denmark is not immune to the same policies within a triangular trade and political alliance.
Gomorgen Danmark 19 Maj 2016Gomorgen Danmark inviterer mig ind som den første afrodanske teaterdirektør for Teater Solaris og formand for Afro Empowerment Center ind for at debatterer brugen af slavebetegnelsen “N-ordet” i det offentlige rum i selskab med næstformand for DF Søren Espersen. Posted by Chairman of Afro Empowerment Center Denmark – AEC on Thursday, …
Statens museum for kunst ændre titler med n-ordet.“TVAvisen” DR kl 18:30 d. 7. juni 2016 om Statens Museum for kunst, der ændre n-ordet i titlerne på deres værker Posted by Chairman of Afro Empowerment Center Denmark – AEC on Tuesday, June 7, 2016
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