Black lives matter in Europe too

Khaled Diab, Author of ‘Islam for the Politically Incorrect’ and Anti-Terrorism Expert, highlights how racism continues to manifest in Europe, providing an interesting perspective on racism in relation to ethnicity, equality and the environment. This article was originally published on Social Europe and was republished with permission. No one should be smug about racism in Europe. Here too there is a toxic interaction between ethnicity, equality … Continue reading Black lives matter in Europe too

Is being European a white identity? Brussels needs deep reflection in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement

Neema Begum, Research Associate, Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity, University of Manchester and writer at UK in a Changing Europe, assesses whether the European identity is an inclusive one, in which she critically analyses the EU institutions in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Like so many … Continue reading Is being European a white identity? Brussels needs deep reflection in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement