Race and racism can be a difficult subject to tackle as a parent, no matter what color your skin or your child's may be. So how can parents ensure that their children are true allies and are actively being anti-racist?
Kids need to learn about racism and what they can do to fight it
France began a process to ban French far-right group Generation Identitaire, which is known to be hostile to migrants, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said.
France seeking to ban far-right, anti-migrant group
Parents have had to become teachers, a footballer has helped expose the plight of deprived families, and local groups across the country have been on the frontline in providing emergency advice and supplies.
‘Children are not pets, society has to help parents bring them up’
The citizens of the European Union consider that the fight against poverty and social inequalities should be the main priority of the union and the Portuguese are the ones who desire it most, reveals a survey.
Fighting poverty, inequality should be top priority in EU
Starting next week, asylum seekers currently waiting in Mexico with pending cases before United States immigration courts can sign up to enter the United States, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Those allowed to enter will be given an assigned date to do so.
US to permit some asylum seekers to return from Mexico
Developing new COVID-19 vaccines will fail to end the pandemic unless all countries receive doses in a fast and fair manner, disease experts warned Saturday.
No end to pandemic without equal vaccine access: Experts
Myanmar’s conflict-scarred Rohingya community are on edge with the return of military rule, fearing further violence in a restive part of the country where others have shown support for the new regime.
Myanmar's conflict-scarred Rohingya on edge with return of generals
Eight children who claim they were used as slave labor on cocoa plantations in Ivory Coast have launched legal action against the world’s biggest chocolate companies.
High-profile chocolate companies to face child slavery lawsuit in US
A nine-year-old black girl pepper-sprayed by US police begged “please don’t do this to me” and said “it burns” as she waited handcuffed in the back seat of a police cruiser for 16 minutes, according to new police body camera footage released on Thursday.
Nine-year-old pepper-sprayed by US police begged for help, video reveals

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