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  1. Virgil Abloh Louis Vuitton Instagram

    Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada and others make a stand against racial injustice

    As protests continue across the US and around the world following the death of George Floyd, luxury brands are taking to social media to speak out ...
  2. Protesters rally against the death in Minneapolis police custody of Floyd, in New York City

    Facebook, Snapchat join chorus of companies condemning George Floyd death, racism

    Facebook and Snapchat developer Snap became the latest US companies condemning racial inequality in the United States as violent protests flared ...
  3. Nike Don't Do It campaign

    Nike says 'Don't Do It' on racism

    Nike has taken a stand against racism with a "Don't do it" campaign, a twist on its famous catch phrase, as protests against police brutality ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pauses during a news conference on Parliame

    Many Canadians shocked by US riots, Canada has racism problem too, PM Trudeau says

    Many Canadians are watching the riots in parts of the United States with shock and horror but Canada also has problems with racism, Prime Minister ...
  5. Demonstators protesting against the death of George Floyd in custody in Minneapolis

    In the US, camera phones increasingly expose racism

    From the death of a black man in Minneapolis to a racist incident in Central Park, camera phones are increasingly being used as a weapon against ...
  6. Policemen stand on Jan 23, 2019 in front of a house in the Vieselbach district of Erfurt

    Germany bans neo-Nazi group Combat 18, launches raids

    Germany has banned the neo-Nazi group Combat 18 and raided the homes of its leading members across the country, the Interior Ministry said on ...
  7. FILE PHOTO:  England Nets

    Cricket: Spectator who racially abused Archer banned for two years

    New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has banned a spectator from attending international and domestic games in the country for two years after he admitted ...