Racism in Australia and UK

Our latest posts focus on racism in Australia and UK.

The first, by Yassmin Abdel-Magied, is entitled “I Tried to Fight Racism by being a “model minority” and then it backfired” talks of painful and powerful experiences in Australia and can be read here

The second features Rapper Akala (aka Kingslee James Daley) talking about racism in UK in 2015.  Please have a listen through the link here

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We are back

We are sorry we have been away for months now! This was due to unavoidable circumstances.

We welcome you to read these two articles and to share your feedback.

  1.  We must Expose how we Really Value Girls and Women in Society By Fiona Mcleod SC:

    ‘Use your voice – in defence of those who are powerless and those who are vulnerable, and to name injustice when you see it, because there is nothing more satisfying than using your learning and your training in the service of others’.

  2. Source: https://womensagenda.com.au/latest/141-australian-barristers-nations-worst-pay-gap-can-done/

  1.  2. The Top 10 Phrases Used by People Who Claim They Are Not Racist By Michael Harriot:

  2. ‘Black people want to be treated like everyone else. We don’t desire to be seen as everyone else. Most African Americans, Mexicans, Jews, etc., love their race and their culture. It is a large part of who we are. We don’t care that you see our color. We just want you to respect it’.

  3. Source: http://www.theroot.com/notracists-be-like-the-top-10-phrases-used-by-peop-1819142064