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Cardiff, One Year Later - Part 2

Who would have ever thought that for once an international media would have followed the needs of migrants and let them talk. Today we took part to something extraordinary: a gathering of 40 among Welsh and African people in the Butetown History…

How to Be a Welsh Somali

How to Be a Welsh Somali One of the most successful live media show that finally gave migrants themselves the space to express, a bit like (IN)VISIBLE CITIES is doing. Here you can listen the one-hour long show and think, laugh and learn more…
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Cardiff One Year Later - Part 1

I've lived in Cardiff for almost four years but I never crossed over the bridge that leads to Penarth, the beautiful town just on the sea. The only reason I know it is beautiful is because for the first two nights of our staying back in Cardiff…
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Africans Don't All Look Alike

I wonder why no one has ever thought about this before. Not about the assumption falsely made by some. based on which all Africans look-alike, as if they were created in a chocolate-colored stamp. I'm talking about the idea of reminding loud…
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How Many Tweets A Day Contain Something Racially Insensitive?

The most used term as a racial slur is “white boy.” This based on a study conducted by Demos. Surprisingly enough the social network seems to be producing more racist slurs towards Caucasians than towards people of color. The top ten of…
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Snapping Old Style

We just received the film for our new old-fashioned addition: a Polaroid! Ready to snap in Istanbul!! #photography
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A Multicultural Seed

Less than 10 days ago it was only a seed given by the secondary school students we talked to about integration near Rome, now it’s a wonderful flower! We’re hoping for a similar fate for (IN)VISIBLE CITIES. And you? #documentary…
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Dear New York Times, Have You Lost Your Way?

There are times when writing a commentary is the best way to get your opinion out, this is not one of those. This is the time to let people comment on media articles, New York Times included. If the paper is indeed the voice of Americans, well…
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Something Most Countries Don't Know About Asylum Seekers

In other words, ‘boat people’ are a small issue to Australians. They’re not doing anything wrong, and they hardly make a ripple in our overall immigration intake. We only think they’re a big issue is because the government makes them…
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We Wish To Inform You That Rwanda Is Still On Trial

The trial has begun in Paris of a former Rwandan intelligence officer accused of complicity in the genocide in his country twenty years ago. Pascal Simbikangwa denies the charges against him. The Rwandan Justice minister, Johnston Busingye…