Anti-racism: What you can do

What you can do.

Educate yourself.

A stack of books about race, identity and belonging. The stack includes titles by Zadie Smith, Afua Hirsch & Reni Eddo-Lodge.
My personal favourite books on race, racism and identity. The top 4 books are non-fiction and the bottom 4 are fiction. I highly recommend with starting with the top one. Reni Eddo-Lodge’s book covers a wide range of race related topics, so is a good way to start learning more about race.

Change and challenge your own thoughts and behaviours.

Challenge the racist behaviours and language of others.

Educate your kids on racism and the importance of diversity.

How to support Black people and other people of colour than you know during this difficult time.

Action over sympathy.

Take the first step on your own.

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