Brown Skin humans have not only faced discrimination in slave-hold and colonial nations, they face discrimination in their own brown-skin African countries. A government official in Uganda is crying out to the media against a possible return of Apartheid in Uganda. Margaret Muhanga insists that resorts around her in Kabarole, Uganda, continue to deny access to brown skin “black” Africans. Margaret Muhanga is a Member of Parliament (MP) of Burahya County.
According to Muhanga, these resorts are mostly white owned. A particular resort which caused her Twitter rage, denied access to one of her relatives. A guard at the resort/lounge indicated that white people do not like the way black people stare at them. This makes them “scared” thus affecting their relaxation time at the resort. Even if 1 million black people stare, nothing should ever be a classification for “all” black people. No skin color or race should be stereotyped in any way. Muhanga has since reported to local authorities and the white-monopoly discrimination allegation is under legal review. Resorts in Uganda, Africa and else where in the world owe it to humanity to not discriminate based on skin-color.
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