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Mweusi wa Kwanza kuchaguliwa Kiongozi nchini Russia

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    Mfwatiliaji JF-Expert Member

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    Nimeona kwenye nyuuzi za leo mweusi wa kwanza kuchaguliwa diwani huko Russia.
    Pamoja na ubaguzi wa rangi wa wazi unaofanyika kwenye hilo Taifa, huyu mheshimiwa mwenye asili ya Guinea, anasema ameruka vihunzi na vizingiti vyote na hatimaye kuandika historia.
     
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    Imetulia! Big up!
     
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    bona JF-Expert Member

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    nani alikwambia kuna ubaguzi urusi? fursa nchi nyingi za ulaya ni sawa kwa wote sasa hata kama una sifa upewe tu? ni nchi za asia tu ndio kuna ubaguzi mtu wa race nyingine huwezi hata kupata kazi nzuri achilia mbali uongozi!
     
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    Kuna ubaguzi huku Urusi. Mbona nilizani kila mtu anajua hiyo? Wanabagua not only wageni lakini watu ambao wanatokea taifa ambazo ziko majirani na urusia (Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Belarus etc..) Kama wanafnya hivo na majirano yao, unadhani wanaweza ku accept blacks?
     
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    Ndoto ya MARTIN LUTHER JR imetimia>
    Tutasikia hadi China wana viongozi weusi.
     
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    ussia's first black elected official: "I'm not Obama."
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    NOVOZAVIDOVO, Russia--A small town with a population of 10,000, has elected Russia's first-ever black public official. Last month, Jean Gregoire Sagbo, an African immigrant from Benin, was elected as one of the town's ten municipal councilors, and by all accounts, the townspeople are happy with their choice. The Mayor of Novozavidovo describes him thusly, "his skin is black but he is Russian inside… the way he cares about this place, only a Russian can care."

    What do the people say? "We already knew him as a man of strong civic impulse. He had cleaned the entrance to his apartment building, planted flowers and spent his own money on street improvements. Ten years ago he organized volunteers and started what became an annual day of collecting garbage."

    When Sagbo first came to Russia in 1982, he and his family faced racial discrimination. The first black person many in the community had ever seen, he had to overcome a great deal to make Russia his home. Over the years he earned the respect of his community and became a prominent, Russian citizen. The people in this little corner of Russia say they don't see him as black, but only as an honest politician.

    This election is a significant milestone for Russia, which has long been known for its racist sub-culture. Russia has an estimated 40,000 "Afro-Russians" in the country today. These African immigrants face systemic racism and are often the victims of hate-crimes, which are rarely prosecuted in the Russian legal system.

    Russia has the highest rate of race motivated crimes in the world, so it's unlikely that the racial slurs and violence will abate anytime soon, but Sagbo is hopeful. Pleased to be the historic first for his beloved Russia, he has rolled up his sleeves and settled in for the job of reviving his town. Mr. Sagbo is known to be a congenial fellow, but don't call him Russia's Obama; he scoffs at the oversimplification.

    “My name is not Obama…it’s sensationalism, he is black and I am black, but it’s a totally different situation.”
     
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    MkenyaMzalendo Senior Member

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    Ubaguzi uliomo Urusi umezidi kwa mara 10000 ule uliokuwapo katika enzi za ubaguzi wa rangi huko South Afrika. Ni wazi kuwa haujatembelea hii nchi. Kila Mwaafrika aliyefanikiwa kuitembelea anafahamu wazi adhari za kutembea akiwa peke yake katika barabara za mji wa Moscow sasa sana nyakati za usiku. Kunyoroshwa viboko hadi kuzirai si njambo ng'eni kwa wageni wa asili ya kiafrika nchini Urusi.
     
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