Really interesting article about a man who basically sacrificed his career to support the principles of equality. An inspiring unsung hero of the civil rights movement.
Ricardo Gaazaniga, the author, needs to shut the fuck up about certain things. Australia never had 'apartheid' as he claims, and he paints a horribly misleading picture of Australian history in general. Other than that, mostly pretty good.
Whether you label it apartheid or not, there certainly were some discriminatory policies.
And what part of his assessment of Australian history is misleading? Not having a go, just curious.
Ah, theres the real /pol/acks. I knew they would get here shortly.