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Racism cut deeply

By Pamela Nathan

Re ‘Racism cut me deep: Adam Goodes casts Eddie McGuire aside’, by Peter Lalor, published in The Australian, May 6, 2014

In the glaring public spotlight, a strong man is  immobilised and reduced to tears. A child bears the brunt of the backlash against racism. Friendships are lost. Communities are divided. 

So called ‘casual racism’ causes psychological distress and harm. We need to walk in each other’s shoes and reverse the scenarios to appreciate the very real psychological trauma of racism.

Everyone loses with racism.

CASSE provides one solution.A solution that takes youth from custody to country. #ShieldsforLivingToolsforLife. These youth on camp feel alive and real! The youth tell us they feel HAPPY, PROUD, SAFE and STRONG on our country camps. They tell new stories. smh.com.au/politics/feder…

About 2 days ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone