"From our point of view, the respect of the rabbit has been badly damaged. This is a clear sexualisation of an animal. As far as I’m concerned, it heads in the direction of bestiality and it stinks of promoting animal sex and the sexual abuse of animals”.
"On the same day, the SPLA in Opposition forces entered the Kali-Ballee Mosque where civilians had taken shelter, separated individuals of certain nationalities and ethnic groups and escorted them to safety, while the others were killed. More than 200 civilians were reportedly killed and over 400 wounded at the Mosque. At the Catholic church and at the vacated WFP compound, SPLA in Opposition soldiers similarly asked civilians who had taken refuge there to identify their ethnic origins and nationalities and proceeded to target and kill several individuals"
One hundred years ago, an exhibition debuted in Oslo, Norway, consisting of 80 individuals of African descent put on display in a “human zoo.” Titled “The Congo Village,” the attraction was part of a centenary celebration of the Norwegian constitution, a gathering that’s gone down in history as an unsavory instance of exploitation and xenophobia.
Now, a century later, that same exhibition is set to be reenacted by two bold artists attempting to draw attention to a piece of Europe’s past that is largely ignored in mainstream culture. Mohamed Ali Fadlabi, of Sudan, and Lars Cuzner, of Sweden and Canada, are calling their project “European Attraction Limited,” an attempt to challenge notions of postmodern racism and the treatment of minorities today through historical reenactment.
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