Subject: racism | BL1-50 | economic justice | religion and South Africa | culture | church | Religion (General) | xenophobia
Racism and xenophobia have become a worldwide issue and challenge. The recent flood of immigrants and refugees into Europe and America has put this matter on the world map. In South Africa racism and xenophobia have, in recent times, reached explosive proportions and ha... View more
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