racial harmony

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The Hindu Council of Wales hopes to establish and maintain his teachings and his contribution to the advancement of human rights, citizenship and the promotion of racial harmony, equality and diversity.
Mandela is understood here as an exemplar of de-colonial humanism, one who embodied the idea of survivor's justice and held up reconciliation and racial harmony as essential for transcending colonial modes of thought.
This will also help foster better community integration and racial harmony she added.
When new boy Caesar speaks of freedom, it takes one last beating for her to run, where the railroad steams to South Carolina, skyscrapers and racial harmony.
We can build violence-free communities," said APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, in a July 8 statement, "but only communities that work to build understanding, mutual respect and racial harmony will help get us there.
promote racial harmony through education, sport and the arts and operates across the UK.
THIRTY-FIVE years ago, Coventry pop legends The Specials and Hazel O'Connor performed at an outdoor concert in aid of racial harmony at The Butts stadium.
There were speeches over the need for racial harmony, that the US was divided as never before since the dark days of the 1960s equal-rights movements, and that largely white law enforcement officers were literally getting away with murder when it came to the shootings and killings of mostly unarmed black men.
He should have done more to focus on the future, promoting racial harmony, rather than perpetuating the "them and us" divide.
WE hear a lot about racial harmony and community cohesion today but I'd like to take you back to the 1970s when I was a young Irishman living in Birmingham.
He fears that ghettos will soon spring up in a city once renowned for its multicultural mix and racial harmony.