Systemic Racism

4 ways to be an ally in the fight against racism

From petitions to politics, white people and non-black people of colour can help to end systemic racial injustice. Image: Reuters/Emily Elconin

Sarah Shakour

Project Specialist, Forum Foundations, World Economic Forum Geneva

Madeleine Hillyer

U.S. Media Specialist, World Economic Forum

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