Browsing All posts tagged under »racism«

David Sye Interview Part 1

March 28, 2016


Back in November I spent a week in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands at a yoga retreat, as part of a humanitarian campaign called Yogabeats. The objective, via raising £17,000 – to pay for visas and a safe passage out of the West Bank – through crowdfunding and other means of fundraising, was to bring […]

Polite racial profiling – experienced daily in a town near you

April 2, 2012


A weird thing happened the other day.  Weird that I should have to experience something as much it was disconcerting as I left Tesco. After paying for my goods, and heading for the exit, I had a customer service rep, who must’ve been no older than 20 or 21 years of age grab my shoulder […]

A PR disaster for Liverpool – a near indelible image

February 12, 2012


Luis Suarez did neither himself, team mates or his manager any favours at Old Trafford, succumbing to a 2-1 defeat. Though it’s not the manner of the loss on the field that will run deep for many a year to come. Matches come and go. Results between the two sides are merely bragging rights for […]