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Uncovering anti-Blackness in the Arab world

By Amir Al-Azraki, Assistant Professor, Arabic language and literature, Renison University College, University of Waterloo
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Black Arabs are underrepresented and largely invisible in “white” Arab-dominated countries, and excluded from political, academic, artistic and religious institutions. “Black” and “Arab” are not mutually exclusive: some Black people are Arab and some Arab people are Black.

As an Arab intellectual in the West (I’m an Arabic language and literature professor at the University of Waterloo), speaking out on anti-Blackness…

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