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 Anti-Israel demonstrators at the World Conference on Racism in Durban, South Africa, in 2001

State Dept: US will not take part in Durban IV conference

The US will keep up its policy of not participating in events commemorating the 2001 Durban Declaration, which singled out Israel as racist.

First Jew of color to lead American Jewish museum resigns, cites racism

Moyo is publicly accusing the board of dysfunction fueled by racism and sexism — and the board is threatening to sue her for allegedly leaking private information.


The shared history of anti-Jewish and anti-Asian hate

Japanese-American soldiers also rescued thousands of survivors of a Nazi death march nearby, caring for them until medical personnel could arrive.


Israeli state rabbi spreads racism in the name of Judaism - opinion

The rejection of Ethiopian-Israelis’ Jewish identities is antithetical to Israeli thinking of the past 40 years, including that of Israel’s leading rabbis.


UK soccer leagues announce social media boycott against online racism

The English Premier League, the highest level of soccer in England, have joined forces to announce a social media boycott next weekend in response to continued online racist abuse of players.


Eritrean kids, rest of class segregated in Tel Aviv kindergartens - report

Are Tel Aviv kindergartens promoting racist segregation? So says a new report from Channel 13, which alleges that these schools are separating Eritrean children from the rest of their class.

Floyd case: Arab MKs want justice for racist police violence in Israel too

"Convicting the killers will be a first step on the path to justice for families and an end to racist police violence against civilians."

Neo-Nazi leader arrested in Arizona for aggravated assault

United States white supremacist leader, Burt Colucci, was arrested on Monday after threatening Black individuals outside a hotel in Arizona.

A Nazi's salute at a neo-Nazi rally in Kansas City, Missouri.

FBI director says US far-right extremists traveled to network in Europe

Wray said some US far-right extremists had traveled to Europe to meet and possibly train with activists.

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