LET'S TALK RACISM

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JORDAN

Jordan shares his experiences with racism as a mixed-race man, living in the UK.

 

MILES JOHNSON

African-American. 28 years old. USA.

Self-Help and Motivational Material. Photography. Graphic Design. Fashion. 

"Growing up in my skin has been a constant reminder that all eyes are on you! All of your mistakes, weaknesses, and vulnerabilities will be amplified. That’s why I strive to be the best version of myself. People’s judgment of me has always been and will be present (probably for the rest of my life). From my teachers, coaches, managers, or any other authoritarian figure that tried to dictate over my life...I’ve faced it all! Despite how many Prejudices I’ve faced, I’m still here alive and well enough to fight a never-ending issue."

 

LTR INTERVIEW WITH BOBBY

LTR founder, Sarah, interviews Bobby about his experience with racism. Thank you Bobby for being brave to share your truth with us.

 

KARIMA

In this interview, co-founder Sarah speaks with the lovely Karima about her experiences with racism and her anti-racist campaign in her local area.


'Black people, take some time for your mental health. White people, stop, listen, and learn'.


A wonderful insight into how we in the UK can combat the ever real issue that is racism.


Karima's inspirational ideas on how she is helping educate those who are willing to learn and those who are still yet to understand the concept of black lives matter.


Please watch, listen, engage but as always, please be kind 🤍🤎🖤

 

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