Human Rights Day sees community reflect on governments discriminatory DNA policy

Thursday, 10 December 2009

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banner.jpgBy Staff writer                                           10/12/09
The United Nations has made non-discrimination the focus of this year's Human Rights Day at time when the UK's government is attempting to push through plans on the national DNA database, which will discriminate against almost every black family living in the UK.

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