Africans in Ukraine Stranded At the Intersection of War and Racism

How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Proves Racism is A War All Its Own

On the heels of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and worldwide calls for aid for its citizens come emerging accounts of discrimination, racism, and prejudice faced by people of color, particularly residents of African descent. Currently, thousands of Africans remain trapped inside…

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