Racism is a global phenomenon. First-world countries and developing countries are struggling with how to implement anti-racism measures and how best to achieve non-racialism and social cohesion. In Dealing with Racism, advocate, businessman and social activist Nathanael Siljeur examines the issues of race from his perspective as a coloured man in post-apartheid South Africa.
While things have changed since the demise of apartheid, much work still remains to create a truly free and just society. Sijleur looks at our responsibilities as parents, businesspeople and members of churches and community organisations and asks us to examine both the practical steps needed to ensure human dignity and equality as well as the ways we might unwittingly be contributing to prejudice. His message is positive and compassionately self-critical, aimed at engaging all sides of the issue in honest reflection and constructive debate.
Siljeur’s work is of specific relevance to South Africans in the post-apartheid era but also reaches out to the rest of the world where racism remains a burning issue.
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