The wave of global anti-racism protests across the world has led the American Bar Association to cancel an address by former South African president FW de Klerk at its annual event.

De Klerk, who was the president during the last days of apartheid, was scheduled to speak at the event about the rule of law, constitutional democracy, minority rights and racism in a virtual meeting on July 2.

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