A photographer from Guadeloupe uses pictures to help fight racism in France. He shoots portraits of the descendants of slaves in a bid to open up the eyes of France's white bourgeoisie, and make black people more proud of their origins.
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Starting in 1937, healthy German children were forcibly sterilized for having mixed parentage. A DW documentary sheds light on their fate.
More than a million African soldiers served in colonial armies in World War II. Many veterans experienced prejudice during the war and little gratitude or compensation for their services afterwards.
The exhibition "Time for Outrage!" at the Kunstpalast Düsseldorf shows works by 35 artists that reflect on anger and rage in today's society.
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