Obrad Savic targets the next generation with a message about breaking accepted Balkan stereotypes.
But short-term pressures may keep them up for a while.
A diverse area in Amsterdam weighs assigning students based in part on race, class, and parents' education level.
In a rare interview, militia leader threatens to take over more white-owned farms and businesses.
Sierra Leone's special court rules that forced marriages are a crime against humanity. Soldiers who take women by force in Uganda and Congo may also face prosecution.
Rembrandt and Vermeer, of course. But this city's art treasures hardly end there.
Readers relate experiences with the Monitor's old pen-pal column.
Aloysius Toe has spent – and risked – his life fighting against human rights abuses.