Some of Australia’s most loved celebs have loaned their voices to a new anti-racism campaign that hopes to keep the Black Lives Matter’s message current in Australia.
The ‘DoMore’ campaign features the likes of Hugh Jackman, Margot Robbie, Nick Kyrgios, Ben Simmons and Sam Kerr and is a call to action for Australians wanting to be more informed, more educated, and more engaged in challenging racism.
Led by a number of influential and culturally diverse Aussie athletes, artists, and actors, the ad’s part of the Do More Project and is encouraging people to listen, to challenge their existing beliefs on racism and learn from the experiences of non-white people.
The team behind DoMore are encouraging people to better understand the the history of our First Nations people, addressing and acknowledging our own unconscious bias’ and ways to interrupt and talk about racism.
As actor Margot Robbie said: “There’s so much we can do, because it’s not enough to be not racist, we must be anti-racist.
“[Anti-racist is] not a label, that’s a mindset that we need to practise every day. And every day is an opportunity to do more, every day is an opportunity to put your hand up and be present and hold yourself accountable.”
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