This video about Poland is called Legacy of Jedwabne.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Bialystok‘s walking anti-racism protest
Monday 05 September 2011
Hundreds of people participated in a “march of unity” in the Polish city of Bialystok on Sunday to express their opposition to a spate of racist and anti-Semitic attacks in the area.
Participants in the rally, which was organised by MPs from the governing centre-right Civic Platform party, walked in silence from the city centre to a monument of Ludwik Zamenhof, a Jewish doctor born in Bialystok who invented the Esperanto language.
The protesters gathered signatures under a manifesto calling for an end to a “wave of thoughtless hatred.”
A small counter-demonstration was staged by skinheads chanting neonazi slogans.
Last Wednesday, vandals desecrated a monument to hundreds of Jewish people who were burned alive by their Polish neighbours in Jedwabne village during World War II.
Other recent anti-Semitic or racist attacks in Poland have targeted a synagogue in the village of Orla, a Muslim centre in Bialystok and the Lithuanian minority in the Punsk region.
October 2011 election results in Poland: here.
Galliano convicted for racist outburst
FRANCE: A Paris court convicted former Christian Dior designer John Galliano today for spewing anti-semitic insults in a bar but gave him only a suspended sentence, taking into account his apology to the victims.
Mr Galliano, who didn’t attend the announcement of the verdict, was given a suspended €6,000 (£5,240) fine.
The court found him guilty of “public insults based on origin, religious affiliation, race or ethnicity” stemming from two separate incidents at a Paris bar.
Germany bans neonazi group
GERMANY: Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich announced today that he has banned the country’s largest neonazi organisation, which had run a support network for jailed right-wing extremists.
Mr Friedrich said the ban on the Help Organisation for National Political Prisoners and their Families was effective immediately.
He said the group, which has an estimated 600 members in Germany, was banned for its “aggressive stance against the peaceful democratic rule of law.”
Police arrest 100 at anti-Jewish rally
UKRAINE: Police have detained about 100 neonazi supporters of the far-right Svoboda party who rallied against the annual pilgrimage of orthodox Jews in southern Ukraine.
About 300 Svoboda supporters shouted “Ukraine for Ukrainians” at Sunday’s rally in Uman and demanded that authorities bar devout Jewish people from meeting there.
Around 30,000 orthodox Jews from around the world are expected in Uman this week to celebrate Rosh Hoshana at the grave of Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav, who died in 1810.
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