Most international NGOs treat the data about those who donate to them differently to the data of those they seek to serve. Is this racist?
From the Blog on Racism
Here in the UK the vaccine programme is rolling along. This brings with it a slightly more positive outlook in the news of the state of the world. However, when you look at the data presented in the map below we see a different picture. Africa is quite in comparison...
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