The news of the newest of Royal engagement has stirred different reactions from many people all over the world. But for Britain’s ethnic minority, it’s a wonderful turning point for the modern Britain. Advocates of diversity view this sentimental moment as a mark of the slow diminish of the structural racism in Britain. Check out this video by Stock News USA.
The symbolism of Ms. Markle’s entry into a family that once shunned commoners, Catholics and divorced people — let alone nonwhites — does little to diminish structural racism across Britain, several commentators said. “Markle is not Britain’s Obama moment and shouldn’t be covered as such,” tweeted Reni Eddo-Lodge, the author of “Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race,” a new book about institutional racism in Britain.
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