for young people
Access clear information sheets
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Guide to using these information sheets
Providing clarity on a range of topics
These sheets are designed to dispel confusion around certain anti-racism topics. They can be used to inform or generate further understanding around a topic
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It is important to spend a bit of time creating the right environment where young people can explore topics safely and openly
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In this video we speak to hannah, who suffered racist abuse in her primary school.
She tells us why she didn’t tell anyone about the abuse and how things changed when she made the decision to tell her mother who spoke to Show Racism the Red Card.
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Wear Red Day!
Each October Show Racism the Red Card holds its annual Wear Red Day!
The 6th annual Wear Red Day will take place across England, Wales and Scotland on Friday 16th October 2020.
Wear Red Day is a national day of action which encourages schools, businesses and individuals to wear red and donate £1 to help fund anti-racism education for young people and adults across the UK.
Every penny raised during Wear Red Day enables our education and campaign workers to work with more young people and adults across the UK to challenge racism in society.