The Winter holidays have been a perfect opportunity to catch up with friends, and with great friends come great chats. Conversations always inspire me, and when I was nattering with someone about some training they’d received on the subject of privilege, it made me want to tap out some thoughts on it. What is it?Continue reading “The power of privilege”
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My top tips for using social media to be actively anti-racist.
Adultification – More than a Child can Handle
I’ve been building up to this post for a while. The Child Q case was one of those instances that really shook me. Anti-racist work is hard. There are particular instances that knock you for six. And this was one of those times. But, this work is bigger than me. And this case has openedContinue reading “Adultification – More than a Child can Handle”
The one and the many
Antiracism is my passion. Getting more people talking about race is my mission. (Along with reading books and drinking tea.) But it’s impossible to work towards racial justice without also striving for equality for all people. The Equality Act of 2010 makes it illegal to discriminate against anyone based on these nine protected characteristics.