- 20 Jan 2015
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An estimated 1,000 people have taken to the streets in the Japanese city of Osaka, joining forces with protests around the world against racism.
Hundreds of people of various nationalities have taken to the streets of central Tokyo to protest against racial discrimination in solidarity with demonstrations in the United States and elsewhere in the world.
Protesters hit Tokyo and Osaka streets with rallies against racism and police brutality | The Japan Times
Protesters said racial discrimination and the treatment of foreigners in Japan are topics often avoided by the media and in public discourse.