Everyday Racism: What Should We Do? @Akalamusic

Racism is a busi­ness. Its mar­ket­ing is so suc­cess­ful that even Akala looks side­ways at a young black man hold­ing a lot of cash. These racial assump­tions lead to ‘every­day’ racism — daily encoun­ters and micro-agres­sions. It’s time to recog­nise the rela­tion­ship between top-down pro­pa­ganda and the bias that we all carry.

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Gata Malandra

Gata Malandra

Edit­or / Research­er at No Bounds
Gata is a music and arts lov­er, stud­ied anthro­po­logy, art man­age­ment and media pro­duc­tion ded­ic­at­ing most of her time to cre­at­ive pro­jects pro­duced by No Bounds.
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Gata is a music and arts lover, studied anthropology, art management and media production dedicating most of her time to creative projects produced by No Bounds.

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