I’m Not The Good Anti-Racist I Thought I Was

Confessions of a reforming cookie-seeker…

Catherine Ziva
Nov 1, 2020 · 7 min read
Photo by mohammed alherz on Unsplash

hen it comes to race issues, I saw myself as ‘up there’ with the most progressive white people. I come from a working-class London background, so growing up, my neighbourhood and schools were racially mixed, as was (to a lesser extent) my family. The London of my youth was hugely influenced by a combination of US…