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When you are the victim of, or witness racist behaviour, it is common to feel uncomfortable, freeze or be mute, and unable to address the person who offended.
Many people feel that way. But many also would like to do the right thing and know if there are any ‘correct’ responses for dealing with racist remarks?
I’ve collected answers from real people, dos and don’ts they recommended.
You can use this infographic to change behaviour or start a discussion:
- Introduce the term ‘racism’ and its flavours.
- Discuss things you can and shouldn’t do when facing racist interaction.
- Examine statistics about Australian people’s heritage and racist attitudes.
Why not use a classroom exercise to try them out?
Get this high-visibility infographic as a high-resolution PDF ready to be printed in A4 or A3.