Say no to racism

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. We can all stand up against racism, discrimination & intolerance.

Ralph Bunche: A Hero for Justice

“This was one of my early experiences with the more subtle aspects of racial attitude,” says African-American hero and United Nations legend Dr. Ralph Bunche, recalling a time his grandmother spoke out against racism he faced. A strong ally of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Bunche was the first African-American to win the Nobel Peace Prize and Dr. King the second. Beyond accolades, their legacy of solidarity endures.

Public Art against Anti-Asian Discrimination

Cases of discrimination, especially against Asian Americans and Pacific Islander New Yorkers, have increased during the COVID-19 crisis. In an effort to tackle anti-Asian bias and discrimination, the New York City launched a pubic art campaign.

Anti-Semitism: fighting discrimination online to offline

Attacks on religious communities around the world are on the rise, according to the UN. Many are driven by hate speech on the internet. One Jewish family in the USA struggles with the aftermath of a massacre at a synagogue and works to fight anti-Semitism.

Simon Gronowski: Holocaust Survivor and Jazz Pianist

Simon Gronowski isan 89-year-old lawyer, jazz pianist and author who escaped the Holocaust in Nazi Germany during the World War II. He started playing the piano in memory of his late sister who was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp.During the COVID-19 lockdown, he played the piano to his neighbours and passers-by from the window of his Brussels home to lift their spirits up.

Anti-Semitism: fighting discrimination online to offline

Attacks on religious communities around the world are on the rise, according to the UN. Many are driven by hate speech on the internet. One Jewish family in the USA struggles with the aftermath of a massacre at a synagogue and works to fight anti-Semitism.