Racism and discrimination are still a global problem. Although we have made some progress, there’s still a lot of work to be done.
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We all have a responsibility.
Racism and discrimination are more than just hurtful words. They are so much more than a person’s selective beliefs or actions. Racism is the continued barriers that prevent people from enjoying dignity and equality because of their race.
On May 25th, the video of George Floyd’s death at the hands of the Minneapolis police, set into motion a seismic wave around the world. This horrific act ignited a renewed sense of anger, frustration and want for justice. Millions of people came together, arm in arm, to raise their voices, and chant for change in a global anti-racism movement like no other.
Our eyes have been opened, and racism is firmly placed back in the spotlight.
But, what if you are part of the problem? Discussing race, racism and discrimination is an essential step in taking responsibility and understanding the hand you play in institutionalized and systemic racism.
In order for us to grow as a society we need to start by educating ourselves. Now we need to take a step back and allow space for the right voices to be heard.
In this volume, we’re continuing to have the dialogue we should be having around racism. Ronsley talks us through the marginalisation of the many global communities that have been suppressed purely because of the colour of their skin. He presents the shocking facts and statistics surrounding racism, as well as hearing from global news reports and those on the front lines fighting the good fight to gain equality for all.
Also within this volume:
- George Floyd’s death and the ripple effect
- Counter protests and the Black Lives Matter movement.
- “We want equality, not revenge!” Kimberly Jones on the racist game of Monopoly
- A way forward through dialogue
- The troubling narrative from Australia's Prime Minister, Scott Morrison
- Slavery in Australia
- Defining racial stereotyping
- Why is racism even here?
- How the media misrepresents certain ethnic groups
- What can you do?
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Author: Kaili Bonnyman
Kaili is the Queen of Audio at Must Amplify.