Que faire des «statues racistes» ?

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A Genève, une étude municipale et un rapport universitaire ont été publiés coup sur coup il y a peu, sur l’héritage raciste et colonial dans l’espace public. Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamedou et Davide Rodogno, Professeurs en histoire et politique internationales à l’Institut de hautes études internationales et du développement évoquent une dizaine d’options pour interroger notre passé colonial.

Pour en savoir plus consultez l’article publié dans le journal La Liberté le 07 juillet 2022 : Que faire des «statues racistes» ?

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