August 21, 2014

Europe's Ebola-Fueled Racism

Barbie Latza Nadeau, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

A Berlin building locked down after an African woman faints. An African man with a nosebleed removed from a mall in Brussels. With Ebola panic spreading, racial profiling could be next.

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TAGGED: Europe, Africa, Ebola

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