• Let's Talk About Racism
  • Anja Böckmann
  • 30.06.2020
  • Englisch
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  • Let's talk about racism
    • What do you know about racism?
    • Tell me about your personal experience with racism.
    • What do you know about the protests against racism?
    Racism isn't getting worse, it's getting filmed

    There’s a dark before the dawn.

    When everything gets out, it’s a good thing.

    It just sucks bad when the truth is out.

    But I think everybody can see it now.

    And I think it’s just a little darkness before the cleansing

    that we’ll have as we move forward.

    Will Smith (2016, July 28) - interview with Jimmy Fallon https://kurzelinks.de/ihya

    No matter how nice and kind you are

    No matter how smart you are

    And how many degrees you may obtain

    No matter all the good work

    You may do for the community and for the world

    Some people are going to hate you

    Just because you exist

    And you got to be able to deal with that

    Ahmad Ward (2016) - TEDxBirmingham https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK1JQjiDmxM

    And then the video of George Floyd comes out,

    And I don’t know what made that video

    More painful for people to watch,

    The fact that that man

    Was having his life taken

    In front of our eyes,

    The fact that we were watching

    Someone being murdered

    By someone whose job is

    To protect and serve,

    Or the fact that he seemed

    So calm doing it ….?

    Trevor Noah (2020, May 30) https://kurzelinks.de/wsv5
    If you leed by example, there is a good chance that people will follow that example that you have set
  • Let's write against racism
    • What feeling would you like to express?
    • What words come to your mind?
    • What message do you want to convey?

    “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by  the content of their character.”

    Martin Luther King (1963, August 28)