What to do if you see someone being racially abused in public

As disheartening as it may be to acknowledge, incidents of racial discrimination are still prevalent in this day and age.

On 29 January, it was reported that Empire star Jussie Smollett had been admitted to hospital following a suspected racist and homophobic attack.

There’s a large discrepancy between the number of people who’ve witnessed acts of racism and those who decide to act upon it. 

According to research conducted by business psychology firm Pearn Kandola with 1,500 individuals between November 2017 and January 2018, more than half of people in the UK have witnessed an act of racism in the workplace.

Read the full article on The Independent.

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