Religious supremacy and our silence
Communication consultant with Fleishman Hillard Indonesia
It was inspiring to see thousands of people staging vigils and peaceful rallies in Charlottesville in the United States to pay tribute to those killed during the violence instigated by white supremacists on Aug.12th in the Virginian city. One day after the deadly riot, reports said 500 rallies were planned across the US.
Despite US President Donald Trump’s display ...
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