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Monday, June 20, 2005, 12:35
Radio interview on African Village/ "Germans&Japanese less sensitive about race"
The African Village at the zoo in Augsburg, Germany is still debated in the international media.
"An African culture festival creates a storm in Germany. Critics say it's like shows in colonial times that degraded Africans. The flap has sparked a broader discussion about racism in Germany, and what it's like to be both dark-skinned and a native German", the National Public Radio (NPR) summarizes the debate around the african village in the zoo in Augsburg. >> listen to the radio report by NPR
On L'express and several other news sites comment the African Village like this: "Germans and Japanese are less sensitive about race in general and about Africa in particular than, say, people in France or the United States, where a significant minority of the population is of African descent >> continue
In Detroit and London: More African Villages in the Zoo
African village in the Zoo: Protest against racist exhibition
Lelo Vocab, Sunday, January 29, 2006, 23:23
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