How to address denial of racism

Our latest infographic is based on the findings in the report Denial of racism and its implication for location action by Jacqueline Nelson, University of Western Sydney, 2013.

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2 thoughts on “How to address denial of racism”

  1. I am a non-Australian, English speaking white man and I experience racism regular and the offenders are white Australian men and women. Australia is definitely racist, see the Reclaim Australia marches.

    • Thank you very much for your comment Liam.
      What you have said highlights the misconception that being of European heritage means you are exempt from racism. This is of course not the case.
      As our website states: Racism is a combination of attitudes, beliefs and behaviours.
      These are not exclusive to ‘White’ nations and its people alone. It is a concept perpetuated all over the world. And part of solving the problem comes with recognizing it so we know how to change it.


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