- Anele Mdoda has joined a list of celebs from across the world who have used social media to slam racists
- The opinionated radio personality has asked racists what do they want from people of colour
- The radio presenter said racism wasn't only just happening in Mzansi schools but also in big corporate companies as well
Media personality Anele Mdoda has taken to social media to ask racists what they want from people of colour.
The opinionated radio star's latest comments on racism were sparked by a recent pupils' protest against racism at Pretoria High School.
TimesLIVE reports that the protesters claimed that no real change had occurred at the school since their last protest four years ago over the school's policing of their hair.
Anele invited her non-black followers to read her post and let her know if they understand why blacks were tired of being victims of racism. She suggested that the policing of hair wasn't only happening in schools but in big corporate entities as well.
"I would like to implore all my non black followers to read this and let me know if you understand why we are so tired! You can say it's just school but my friend had her CEO make the same comment to her just a few years back.
"I really want to know what do you want from us ? What is it you would like us to do ? Because I can tell you now, I have tried to take a week off being hated but for some odd reason my leave keeps getting interrupted."
Anele also slammed the tendencies of of people who label racism as "micro aggressions".
"There is no need for academia in something so blatant and violent. This right here is a violent act towards a child. Nothing micro about it."
She accused some schools of covering up racism.
"The pain is seeing our kids go through it and schools like DSG cover it up. I am tense," she replied to a comment to her post.
Briefly.co.za reported that Black Panther actor Atandwa Kani penned a fiery open letter to racists from across the world. The star took to social media to vent his frustrations over the recent brutality, injustice and inequality that people of colour have been subjected to.
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