Saying ‘No’ to hate speech in Malaysia

Eye on diversity: Wee (second from right) with AOD team members and volunteers after its recent Malaysia Day public forum on ‘Malaysia After 59 Years: Separate and Unequal Education’, organised with the Women’s Aid Organisation. — Photo courtesy of JASON WEE

AMID the heated election battles recently, one “fight” stood out: the youth-led #KamiNampak campaign against the use of inflammatory race and religion cards in politics.

#KamiNampak (Malay for “we see”) called out several candidates who misused race or religion issues in their social media when campaigning in the recent 15th General Election.

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