In its most simplistic definition, racism is prejudice or discrimination directed at someone of a different race – based on the belief that your own race is superior. Taking this definition at its word, then, would suggest that it is possible for a person of any race to experience racism […]

Institutional racism is when racial discrimination is established as normal behaviour within organisations that make up society. In other words, it’s so ingrained, it becomes completely commonplace – and it can be hard to even spot it. But the existence of this structural form of racism is obvious through disparities […]