How to tell someone you love they're being racist

by Kim Gillan via Amnesty International Australia | Guide/Tool
A step-by-step guide to having conversations with loved ones about racism

Link to factsheet webpage.


Knowing how to respond to racist remarks from friends and relatives can be a minefield. On the one hand, you want to call them out for their misinformed bigotry but doing so can lead to an argument or awkwardness, without actually convincing them to change their view.

Amnesty International provides 7 steps to communicate clearly and effectively to help reduce the casual racism that is still prevalent in a lot of Australian communities.