New campaign calls on all Australians to challenge racism

Published 29 July 2022

ADNSW is proud to support the Australian Human Rights Commission's Racism. It Stops With Me campaign. The campaign calls on Australians who do not have lived experience of racism to reflect on its causes and do more to challenge it. 

Racism is more than just harmful words or individual actions. It includes biases in our society, its laws, institutions and ways of thinking.

No matter how challenging the conversation, we need to talk about racism and the causes of inequality. By taking a stand against racism, we can build a fair and equal society – for all.

Watch the campaign video and ask yourself the hard questions, or visit itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au for resources and information.

Man of Indian appearance looking at camera with text "Do I fear being stopped more frequently by airport security because of my race?"
Woman of aboriginal appearance looking at camera with text "can i be sure my child won't experience racism at school?"
Woman wearing head scarf looking at camera with text "am I ever made to feel unsafe wearing my culture attire in public?"
Man of african appearance looking at camera with text "If i am stopped by police, can i be sure its not because of my race?"
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05 Aug 2022

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