While it is true that most of the great abolitionists were inspired by their Christian faith, it is also true that their opponents were inspired by their Christian faith. As a result, much contemporary racism is rooted in Christianity.
When Vernon Ah Kee was born in 1967 he was not counted as part of the Australian population, but rather a part of its flora and fauna. His latest exhibition, 'Not an Animal or a Plant', explores this very theme and the degrees of underlying racism in contemporary Australian society.
by Tim Wise In a new era of race relations in the United States, some call for an end to color-consciousness, affirmative action and even a retreat from discussion of racism. Color-blind presents a look at contemporary racism and offers steps to achieve true social justice and economic equality.