Why You Can, I Cannot?

Freedom from discrimination

Majikan Tidak Endah Keputusan Mahkamah

Berikut adalah wawancara bersama saudara Paramananthan Sigamoni, seorang bekas pekerja United Malaya Sdn. Bhd

8 years ago

Aku melihat tapi tak nampak

“Adakah gerai jual mee di hadapan kedai 24 jam di Jalan Sultan itu buka pagi ini?”

8 years ago

#LBMsiaICan: Creating an Inclusive and Accessible Society

Are persons with disabilities being properly accommodated?

8 years ago

Pasar Road School’s Football Follies

Is racism less of an issue to kids?

8 years ago

Firefly: “…you can’t walk I’m very sorry, Sir.”

Are Firefly services wheelchair-friendly?

8 years ago

The Gaza conflict: Our hypocrisies exposed

The recent fighting in Gaza exposed our hypocrisies.

8 years ago

Sabah’s Racism

Sabahans are renowned for their friendly nature and welcoming attitude but is everyone feeling the warmth of the welcome?

8 years ago

War and the Industry of Disillusionment

Beware the enemies that strike while we walk in our sleep and self-importance.

8 years ago

We are Malay-Muslims, we are entitled

Are Malay-Muslims entitled to better rights than others?

8 years ago

May 18th: 3rd Anniversary of Genocide

The world must investigate the Sri Lankan genocide of Tamils.

8 years ago

Poll Results! Should All Malaysians Overseas Be Entitled To Vote?

What did LoyarBurokkers think about overseas votes?

8 years ago

How to Get Rid of Malaysian Talent

Critical issues that conspire to ship our graduates out of the country.

8 years ago

Kopi Kluang: John Rawls, on Malaysia?

What would Rawls say about Malaysia's struggle with affirmative action?

9 years ago

Foraging for Rights to Forge a Nation: Is It Time to Reconstitute the Malaysian Constitution?

A paper on two major problems Malaysia currently faces on the question of race relations.

9 years ago

Race Relations Bill: Be Afraid, Very Afraid

Expect a Bill that will worsen race relations, rather than improve it.

9 years ago

Silent Victims

Speaking up for man's best friend, because they deserve better.

9 years ago

Racism Through a Blind Man’s Eyes

The gift of sight has a certain bearing on our judgments. Here's why.

9 years ago

It Is More Than Food

Gaelle's touching experiences helping to feed the homeless, with Soup Kitchen.

9 years ago