Racism is engrained into every aspect of our lives, and majority of it is so subtle that we do not always recognise it because of our whiteness and privilege.
If we are serious about driving equality for people of colour, especially black people, then we need to acknowledge where the covert and socially acceptable forms of racism exist.
This image spoke to me about highlighting just some of the ways in which systemic racism is embedded into our lives and where we need to ask the right questions to making meaningful change.
Image source: Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (2005). Adapted: Ellen Tuzzolo (2016); Mary Julia Cooksey Cordero (2019); The Conscious Kid (2020)