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Costa Rica passes law against racism and violence in stadiums

Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly on Tuesday approved a law that punishes violence and manifestations of racism and xenophobia in sports venues.

Costa Rica’s VP expresses solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

Costa Rica's First Vice President, Epsy Campbell, this week expressed her solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in a video shared on her social media pages.

Costa Rican Legislative Assembly observes minute of silence in memory of George Floyd

The motion was agreed to unanimously by the 57-person Congress.

Government denounces racist and misogynistic attacks against Vice President Epsy Campbell

Campbell, Latin America’s first Afro-Latina vice president, has faced a wave of criticism in recent weeks.

False social media posts preceded anti-immigrant protest in Costa Rica

The posts claimed that Nicaraguan immigrants were burning flags and receiving university scholarships.

Count me in: the natural hair revolution among Afro-Ticas

In order to combat centuries of negative stereotypes about afro hair, many people of African descent have waged personal wars with trying to “control the kink.”

What Trump’s achievement has inspired

Many of us fear what Trump may do in power, but we do not need to wait to be terrified by what he has already achieved in his campaign. We saw it already on Wednesday, in various acts of hate.

Spik Up! Say What?

The name of Florida Ice & Farm Company's new beverage "Spik Up" leaves an aftertaste, when flavored with the history of its derogatory origins.

The lost ‘Aryan utopia’ of Nueva Germania

In the San Pedro region of Paraguay, a little village called Nueva Germania was founded as an “Aryan utopia” by the sister of famous philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. But do villagers today still connect to those original ideals?

Obama’s skin looks different in GOP ads

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new study shows that negative ads targeting President Obama in 2008 depicted him with very dark skin, and that these images would have appealed to some viewers' racial biases.

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