David Starkey widely criticised for 'slavery was not genocide' remarks
“Stealing our land and then carving the faces of four white men who were colonizers, who committed genocide against Indigenous people, is an egregious act of violence.”
David Starkey is facing a backlash after he said slavery was not genocide because there are “so many damn blacks” still around
Historian David Starkey under fire for 'slavery wasn't genocide' comment
David Starkey under fire for saying 'slavery wasn't genocide' because 'so many damn blacks' survived
A report claims that China is using a system of aggressive birth control to sterilise ethnic minority women. It says more than a million people have been detained in so-called 're-education' camps - experts say if it's true it amounts to genocide. @adrianzenz | #5NewsTonight
David Starkey has caused outrage for claiming that slavery was not genocide ‘otherwise there wouldn’t be so many damn blacks’
“Genocide is a process. The Holocaust did not start with the gas chambers. It started with hate speech.” -- @UN_GP_RtoP 's Adama Dieng on the dangers of hate speech and intolerance on Monday's #PreventGenocide Day.
No, he didn’t commit genocide, “literally” or otherwise. He did discover the New World, which led to colonizers, some of whom inadvertently brought disease. Is it your position that it’s inherently immoral to come to America from a foreign land? I’m glad my Dad came from Cuba.
To ignore the Navajo Nation is a denial of humanity and an acceptance of genocide. They deserve better.
#PrayforAmazoniaBolsonaro is not only a psychopath but a genocide of the world. This is intentional, a deth sentence to future generations, a complete madness. He is burning the Amazonia to make farm fields. WORLD! THIS IS YOUR AIR TOO. STAND UP!!! WAKE UP!!!
The House just voted to recognize the genocide'>Armenian Genocide – a vote I fought for 19 years to make possible, that tens of thousands of my Armenian American constituents have waited decades to see. We will not be party to genocide denial. We will not be silent. We will never forget.
This has been years in the making, thanks to the tireless advocacy of those who insisted the US must never be a party to genocide denial. I hope all Members join me next week in voting to recognize the Armenian Genocide. We will never forget, and we will never be silent.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day we mourn and grieve the murder of 6 million innocent Jewish men, women and children, and the millions of others who perished in the evil genocide'>Nazi Genocide. We pledge with all of our might and resolve: Never Again!