Most of the dolls on the world market are white. This is part of structural racism, says David Amoateng. The founder of the doll company Little Ashé wants to make sure every child on the planet can play with a doll with their own skin color.
In the latest of a series profiling Black entrepreneurs in Berlin, DW talks to Kwame "Juice" Owusu, a Ghanaian who moved to Germany as a child and who now runs an event management company.
Three black footballers in the Bundesliga tell DW about how they see racism on and off the pitch and what teammates, coaches and fans can do to stop it. The answer is not as easy as saying, "I'm not a racist."
Protests against racism and social injustices in Europe threaten to spur coronavirus cases and hinder governments' efforts to fight the virus. The protests have also led to a reduction in social distancing behavior.
DW Director General Peter Limbourg sees many ways how the youth can change the continent for the better – African startups, African initiatives and African ideas.
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