Raw stories from 21 black African students at the American University of Beirut
“Children of color, and especially poor children of color, learn one thing very well in Lebanese schools and that is to hate themselves.”
“They tortured me and I couldn’t do anything to save myself.”
For the eighth year in a row, migrant domestic workers from many nations marched to demand their labor rights in Beirut.
The ‘Mixed Feelings’ exhibit highlights stories of Lebanese of African and Asian heritage and their daily struggles.
Press Release: 9 Civil Society Organizations condemn decision to not renew residency permits for children of Migrant Workers
“A young Ivorian woman was found dead after having been reportedly pushed off the 6th floor of an apartment in Beirut”
“Formerly an underground parking lot, this detention center is now the home of around 800 migrant workers, refugees and asylum seekers”
There is no Labor Day without Migrant Domestic Workers
“The Anti-Racism Movement and Fi Chi Ghalat are organizing the 4th annual Workers’ Day Parade in celebration of Labor Day, demanding better legal protection for Domestic Workers in Lebanon suffering from the Kafala System.”
Ivory Coast-based Koaci.com has learned that 6 women are currently held in slavery conditions in Nabatieh, South Lebanon within a “Mafia-like” network. The following is a rough English translation of the original article in French written 3 days ago. Two Togolese, two Burkinabé and two Ghanaian have been kidnapped for the past week [now 10 […]
Three very sophisticated Lebanese women clearly thought this was an appropriate costume for Halloween.
France24 lead an investigation in Lebanon to try and find out whether domestic workers suffer abuse in Lebanon. I’m sure you already know the answer.
A year ago, a woman named Alem Dechasa committed suicide by hanging herself in her room at Der El-Salib mental hospital.
In recent history, no business has received more criticism than the business of Responsible Slavery.
This is the 3rd time we receive photographic evidence of a migrant worker risking her life to clean a window.
This video will help you to understand the slavery-like conditions that they are currently subjected to under the sponsorship system.
This picture was uploaded on the Anti-Racism Movement’s Facebook page by Gary Lian. What more powerful reminder do we need? the conditions that migrant workers have to go through in Lebanon are horrific, barbaric and disgusting. Here is the description: “I took this picture today. It’s the building facing our own. This is how Lebanese […]
by Joey Ayoub The Anti-Racism Movement shared this on Facebook today: Janice Soriano de Jose, worker from the Philippines, was found dead at the bottom of this building last stormy Sunday. They say she jumped from the 11th floor. We say, we want to see the doctor’s report Now. What kind of investigation takes a […]
by Joey Ayoub Lady in coffee place in Hamra to some guy, 20 minutes ago: – So should I take the Filipino? – I don’t know is she good? – I think so. Good quality they told me – Better than the Sri Lankan? – Way better quality – Then go for it. Be sure […]