Racial discrimination panel discussion insights 21 march event

Racial discrimination in Sweden and the United States – March 21 Follow up content

Continue to explore racial discrimination issues in Sweden and the United States through our additional content

On March 21st The Raoul Wallenberg together with Kino organised the second event of the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival. We marked the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with a panel discussion on racial discrimination in Sweden and the US. Aysha Jones, Founder of the Black Lives Matter and Irene Molina, Pr. in Human Geography at Uppsala University offered us their views on this very topical subject.

Feel free to watch the event and read about its main insights here.

In addition, the Institute would like to continue the conversation with you and explore more in depth this topic. You can therefore find below  interviews and podcasts with international experts. We discussed with them more specific issues such as the Black Lives Matter Movement and the engagement of civil society.

Discussing the 2021 Movie Judas and the Black Messiah

Michael and Madubuko are exchanging thoughts on the Black Panther Party’s history based on their analysis of the 2021 movie Judas and the Black Messiah.

Watch their conversation 


Racial discrimination in Sweden : Driving Change Through the Use of Law 

An interview with Paul Lappalainen discussing  anti-discrimination laws in Sweden and civil society engagement for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Listen to the podcast
Paul Lappalainen - racial discrimination law perspectives and civil society involvement


The Black Lives Matter movement in Sweden, with Isatou Aysha Jones

Listen to the new episode of our On Human Right Podcast with Aysha Jones about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Listen to the podcast. Aysha Jones and the Black Lives Matter Movement


















Explore our other movie suggestions and podcasts on the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival website.

This event and the materials developed were made possible thanks to the generous support from our contributors:


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