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Mobilizing for social justice: Black Tunisian activism in transitional justice
Introduction: With the end of authoritarianism in Tunisia, transitional justice has become the backbone of a battle for social justice, in particular for long-forgotten minorities including Jews, Amazighs and Blacks. The Tunisian Revolution ushered in unexpected social movements whose common rallying cry was ending the injustices endured under dictatorship. Such movements include that of Black Tunisian activists who, as a long-time silenced/silent minority, had struggled to get their voices heard when denouncing the social stigma…
by Houda Mzioudet, independent journalist, JusticeInfo.Net
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