Students from Monash University say NO to racism and call for clean and fair elections, reports Media Rakyat. In an unrelated development, some 200 students participated in a protest outside the SPR office.
Rafizi Ramli shares with us his dream for a more inclusive Malaysia devoid of racial baggage.
This is the third reflection piece by my good friend, who is feeling inspired.
An article I wrote for the Herald on 3 April 2013 about the implications of Pope Francis’ first few gestures as the new leader of the church.
How about this for bridge building among people of different faiths? One small community in Scotland is breaking down the barriers of prejudice.
The temperature seems to be hotting up as polling day draws closer. Check out this Aljazeera panel discussion on the coming general election.
In a Holy Thursday service that highlights Jesus’ call to serve with humility, Pope Francis broke with Vatican tradition by washing the feet of juvenile offenders (including women, atheists and people of other faiths).
A group of about hundred people marched to Komtar where some of them rattled, shook and kicked the glass doors of the Penang state government office, alarming security personnel and nearby shop-owners.