UN says states must ‘stop denying, start dismantling racism’

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “UN says states must ‘stop denying, start dismantling racism'” – below is their description.

The #UnitedNations called Monday for #systemic anti-black #racism to be immediately #dismantled around the world to avoid repeating deaths like that of #GeorgeFloyd.

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