Should the Royal Household take anti-racism training from the charity whose boss it abused?

As This Writer suggested in a previous article:

Mandu Reid, the leader of the Women’s Equality Party, has told Sky News that Meghan Markle’s claims of racism within the royal household have been “validated”.

It comes after Lady Susan Hussey, the godmother of Prince William, asked charity boss Ngozi Fulani at Buckingham Palace “what part of Africa are you from?”.

I really like the moment in this clip in which Ms Reid said she didn’t want Lady Hussey to step down, but to step up – acknowledge that racism exists in the Royal Household and that they will take steps to remove it.

Perhaps they could start by taking training from Sistah Space, the charity to which Ms Fulani belongs. It’s what that organisation does.

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3 thoughts on “Should the Royal Household take anti-racism training from the charity whose boss it abused?

  1. El Dee

    I have, today, done a survey with YouGov on this topic. It was live and unweighted but gave immediate results. It showed that approx 30% of respondents didn’t think her remarks were in any way racist. It leads me to conclude that society is inherently racist top to bottom and there’s been little improvement over the past few decades. It may be slightly better hidden now but that’s about it..

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Well, that says there are more people who thought she was racist than that she wasn’t.

      The question, I think, is whether the proportion of people in society who are racist has increased or decreased over a period of years.

  2. Martyn Meacham

    The monarchy should have no place in Britain today….They belong in a bygone age. Let those who work in the posh houses and castles, palaces etc, remain there, and do guided tours.The money received should pay for the up-keep, and the ‘heritage trust’ could pay the wages of those working…

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