June 14, 2023 /Human Interest/ — There is no racism in heaven. Heaven is a place where all people are equal, regardless of their race, ethnicity, or nationality. In heaven, we will all be united in our love for God and for each other.
Racism is a sin. It is a form of hatred and prejudice that is based on the belief that one race is superior to another. Racism is a destructive force that has caused pain and suffering for millions of people throughout history. Continue reading
London, May 4, 2023 /Lifestyle/ — The coronation will not be complete without Meghan and Harry. The couple has faced racism and discrimination since they first began dating, and their decision to step back from royal duties was in part due to the stress of dealing with these issues. It is important to remember that Meghan is a biracial woman, and her experiences with racism are real and valid. The royal family should do more to address the issue of racism within its ranks, and to support Meghan and Harry as they continue to work for change. Here are some specific ways that the royal family can correct racism: Continue reading
April 27, 2023 /Social/ — Systemic inequality is a complex issue with many contributing factors. It can be difficult to identify and address all of the factors that contribute to systemic inequality, but there are a number of things that can be done to create a more equitable society.
One of the most important things is to raise awareness of the issue of systemic inequality. Many people are unaware of the ways in which systemic inequality affects their lives and the lives of others. By raising awareness of the issue, we can start to create a more just and equitable society.
Some of the most common factors include: Continue reading
Louise Casey’s review of the standards of behaviour and internal culture at the Metropolitan police makes for uncomfortable reading. It was commissioned following the kidnap, rape and murder of Sarah Everard by Wayne Couzens, who was a serving Met officer at the time.
Casey highlights the prevalence of sexism and homophobia. Crucially, in considering police culture she draws different conclusions on the existence of institutional racism than the position taken in 2021 by Boris Johnson’s government on race.
Whiteness is an invention of the modern, colonial age. It refers to the racialisation of white people and the disproportionate privilege – social, linguistic, economic, political – that comes with this. Crucially, as an invention, whiteness is not innate – it is taught.
When Prince Harry sat down with ITV journalist Tom Bradby for a conversation about his marriage, his estrangement from the royal family and his tell-all memoir, Spare, one particular segment stood out. Bradby said that Harry had accused some members of his family of racism, but Harry shook his head firmly.