Racism

White Supremacist Insurgency

Here is an article from the Guardian. I felt inspiration in the word ‘insurgency’ as it links to terror-ism and extreme-ism.  This is when one’s beliefs are absolute and right.  In a multicultural country it is wise to be open to diverse views who may not believe in the supremacy of skin colour… Continue reading

Senator Fannings Speech: Full Transcript

The comments below are interesting.  Should religion and Government be separated?  Refer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Separation_of_church_and_state

For myself, there is no-one unacceptable in my world.  I see fear responding with separation and anger.  I see love responding with acceptance and understanding.  I learned he is a Christian, clearly he forgot that Jesus promoted… Continue reading

Discrimination is the Basis of All Ignorance, Conflict and Violence

I found Jane Elliott many years ago and knew she was right.  I have undertaken some sensitisation training regarding culture.  What I notice today is we have not evolved into an awareness of how deeply we discriminate not only on the basis of skin colour but race, religion, creed and even through the… Continue reading

Looking for High EQ in Whites in-Equality

I have just happened across this video below and smile as I hear the virbration of racism and prejudice masked by reasonable discourse. Interesting the organisation is American Renaissance and he visited South Africa a country that has reflected apartheid (as do other countries, mine included in respect of Indigenous people). He makes reference to… Continue reading

Jane Elliott Interviewed about Donald Trump and the Reality of Racism in the USA

Jane Elliott speaks to Roland Martin about Trump and racism.  She speaks of Trump as a boy grown tall. 

I find it interesting to see an African American man interviewing.  It is unfamiliar as all you ever see is white (caucasion) newscasters.  What I would love to see is people of… Continue reading

Jane Elliott Made A Difference in Raising Awareness about Racism

Her work is critical as we only learn from experience.  The issue of discrimination is still prevalent in our world.  The only way this stops is when awareness is raised to how it feels.  It is through empathy that we can see our shared humanity.  When we feel no empathy then… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

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