Discrimination and Racism

Learn how to deal with racism:Encourage and price diversity and foster a way of cultural pride.Make it known that racism is against the law, is unacceptable and no one deserves to be treated disrespectfully.Discuss racism and encourage conversation about its effects and impacts.

Know your rights and how to deal with discrimination:The Racial Discrimination Act aims to ensure that Australians of all backgrounds are treated equally and have the same opportunities.This Act makes it against the law to treat you below the belt, or to discriminate against you, on the grounds of race, colour, descent, national or ethnic origin, and immigration status.

Inform the authorities of your workplace/school/college:It is important for faculty members to understand that students were protesting racism. It is additionally essential that professors acknowledge however they, often unknowingly and inadvertently, say and do racist things to students of color in the classroom.