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This confirms and corroborates the December 3, 2014 $10 billion racial discrimination lawsuit filed against AT&T and DirecTV, by the National Association of African American-Owned Media ("NAAAOM") and Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios.
The Abbott government has previously announced a draft of its proposed legislation on March 25 to replace racial discrimination laws which have been in place for nearly two decades and used by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
It also called on all world states and organizations to participate in a program of action to combat racism and racial discrimination in 1983.
The Committee recommends that the State party raise the awareness of judges, lawyers and law enforcement officers on international norms on racial discrimination," concluded the report.
And in particular we focused on one thing that African-Americans experienced that Whites do not - and that's interpersonal racial discrimination.
The panel also said Japan needs laws to fight racial discrimination and protect foreign residents and minorities, countering Tokyo's view that a national anti-discrimination law is not necessary.
Turkey signed the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in 1972 and ratified it in 2002.
Racial discrimination is a multidimensional and complex phenomenon that is manifested in various social and economic interactions within society.
The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, which the United Nations convened in Durban in 2001, showed how difficult it is for States to agree on the causes of racial discrimination and how to eliminate them.
I FIND it interesting in the case of Gillian Gibbons, the teacher jailed for the teddy bear naming incident in the Sudan, that no-one has screamed the words racial discrimination as in the case of the Aberdare schoolgirl banned from school for wearing her religious bracelet which was against the school rules.
THE International Cricket Council have resolved to "vigorously defend" themselves against an accusation of racial discrimination being brought by Darrell Hair.
THERE is no place for racial discrimination in Scotland, Jack McConnell told Muslim leaders yesterday.