Rokhaya Diallo Files A Complaint Against A Sud Radio Listener – RT In French

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After the outcry over the exhumation of an October extract from Sud Radio where a listener had criticized her with racist clichés on Africa, Rokhaya Diallo announced on the station that she was going to file a complaint.

In the aftermath of the heated controversy triggered by the broadcast of racist comments targeting Rokhaya Diallo made in October by a listener on Sud Radio, the journalist and activist announced on the same channel that she was going to file a complaint.

“I was stunned by the degree of racism carried by this woman and by the indifference towards which she found herself. I saw on the set sir [Philippe] Bilger who encouraged her with a joke, another columnist who smiled, who was amused to see someone qualify me in a way that suggests that my citizenship is totally conditional, ”she denounced in particular.

On October 22, a Carcassonne listener named Barbara had estimated live on Sud Radio that Rokhaya Diallo owed his diplomas and his notoriety to the “education and openness” of France.

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