Talk to Al Jazeera

Rokhaya Diallo: Race, religion and feminism in France

The French activist talks to Al Jazeera about religion, gender and state-sponsored racism in today's France.

The Far Right

'Nazis in your neighbourhood': Site maps US fascists

As Daily Stormer struggles to keep an online home, a new anti-fascist site aims to track neo-Nazis' meetings in the US.

FashMaps website tracks neo-Nazis in the US

Canada

Slain indigenous man 'denied justice'

Canadian jury finds farmer Gerald Stanley not guilty of second-degree murder in relation to killing of indigenous man.

Slain Colten Boushie's family vows to 'pursue justice'

Opinion

#MeToo shows sexism is not men of colour's prerogative

The #MeToo movement has been tremendously important in debunking the myth of the man of colour as sexual predator.

Sara R Farris

by Sara R Farris

Sara R Farris

UpFront

Why is a former Georgian president now a fugitive?

We ask Mikheil Saakashvili about being stateless and talk to Ilhan Omar about Donald Trump.

The Far Right

US: Who are the white supremacists running for office?

Among the ranks of Republican candidates are Holocaust denier Arthur Jones and anti-Semite Paul Nehlen.

Alarm over white supremacist candidates in US

Scotland

Abused Scottish MP: Everyday Islamophobia a real threat

After being called a 'brown, Muslim Paki' by a senior Labour councillor, Sarwar is determined to stamp out racism.

Anas Sarwar: Everyday Islamophobia a real threat

Sweden

How Instagram is helping Swedes cope with police racism

Instagram account Police Brutality in the Suburbs lets people share experiences as study reveals extent of abuse.

Social media and research: Swedes tackle police racism

The Far Right

Tensions high in Athens ahead of nationalist rally

Hundreds of Golden Dawn members rallied in Athens in advance of a demonstration against negotiations with Macedonia.

Tensions high in Athens ahead of nationalist rally

Italy

Italy: Gunman targets African migrants, injures six

Police arrest man wearing Italian flag around his neck after he is believed have open fired on African migrants.

Gunman targets African migrants in Italy's Macerata

Opinion

How Bollywood's Padmaavat distorted a Sufi love poem

The Bollywood film Padmaavat is controversial for all the wrong reasons.

Rakhshanda Jalil

by Rakhshanda Jalil

Rakhshanda Jalil

The Far Right

Neo-Nazis and white supremacists celebrate Trump's SOTU

David Duke and Richard Spencer, among others 'thanked' the US president for his address.

Neo-Nazis and white supremacists celebrate Trump's SOTU

Opinion

An immigrant's life as a bargaining chip in US politics

To be allowed to pursue the American dream, DACA beneficiaries first have to be bargained off for a wall.

Khaled A Beydoun

by Khaled A Beydoun

Khaled A Beydoun

Opinion

How the 'diversity industry' silences people of colour

The notion of diversity promotion is used to subvert anti-racism activism and silence it.

Malia Bouattia

by Malia Bouattia

Malia Bouattia

Aboriginal Australians

Australia's national day fuels debate on colonial past

Indigenous Australians call the day marking arrival of British prisoners in 1778 'Invasion Day' and demand date change.

Australia's national day fuels debate on colonial past