Sunday July 12, 2020

Racism cannot quench New York's flame

Racial tension continuously bubbles close to the surface of American society.

13th August, 2005

Racial tension continuously bubbles close to the surface of American society.

Sometimes it explodes into life in the ugliest of ways.

New York is experiencing one of its periodic upsurges in racial violence. In the early hours of last Sunday, a 29-year-old black man, Alex Moore, was attacked and robbed in Brooklyn. His assailants, a group of white men, yelled racist slurs as they beat him with baseball bats and metal pipes.

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