Portimão highlights Fight Against Racial Discrimination

Portimão highlights Fight Against Racial Discrimination

Within the scope of the celebrations of the International Day to Fight Against Racial Discrimination, which will take place on March 21st, the municipality of Portimão will promote the online presentation of the book “As Cores da Cidade Cinzenta”, by author Rita Garcia Fernandes, illustrated by André Philip.

The reading will be done by the clinical psychologist TâniaPaias, director of Portalbullying, and the children will be motivated, at the end of the narrative, to discover fundamental values ​​of conduct and life in society. You can use pencils with skin tones and color the marked pages, participating in this way in the conclusion of the book.

The initiative, scheduled for 4:00 pm, can be followed through the Zoom platform and has partnerships with CLAIM Portimão – Local Support Center for the Integration of
Migrants, ACM – High Commissioner for Migration and CICDR – Commission for Equality and Against Racial Discrimination.

Participation is free through the link, and is open to all interested parties. The ephemeris was created by the UN, according to a resolution passed in 1966 following the slaughter that took place in Johannesburg on March 21, 1960 and which became known as the “Sharpeville Massacre”.

That day, 20,000 people protested peacefully against the Pass Law, which obliged the black population to carry a card with identification of the places where their circulation was allowed, when the police of the regime of apartheid fired at the unarmed crowd, causing 69 dead and 186 wounded.

Since it is celebrated, the International Day to Combat Racial Discrimination aims to transmit a message of equality, in the sense of building a more just world.


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