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This Is Inevitable When You Classify People By Race, Not Humanity

Racism rears its ugly head at the Ukrainian border

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Isn’t it sad that people who are being oppressed, also oppress? You would think that there would be a certain level of understanding, that we are brothers because someone stronger than us is mistreating us.




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Vuyo Ngcakani

Vuyo Ngcakani

writer, husband for 26 years, father of 3, grandfather of 2

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