Fruits of the Seeds of Partiality

In Nigeria, the rulers panders to bigotry

Deborah Samuel, murdered for allegedly committing blasphemy. SOURCE:

In 1960, a United States court pronounced racial segregation in schools illegal.

Some school districts resisted it, but the US government rightfully used its federal might to ensure government’s laws were enforced and obeyed.



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