This talk describes how white privilege shapes the policy making process in post-apartheid South Africa. It argues that white privilege is unmasked in institutions, language, policies, and symbols which have combined to normalize racism in the country. To tackle this, it concludes that we need a commitment to addressing it in all areas of our society.
For a link to my latest article on white privilege in South Africa, click here.
*Note: Talk begins by talking about growing up in a mixed race family in 1994.
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