Chanon Bloch takes our show in a new direction. Growing up in the peak of Apartheid (born 1957), he reflects on his childhood to unravel the embedded racism left behind by colonialism. He details, for the first time on this show, how racism is indoctrinated; through his experience growing up as a white man in South African society, with indentured servants. Dividing his own biases from reality, Chanon emphasizes the importance of taking the time to question any assumptions or fears that one may have, as well as their origins.
Stay tuned, Before You Go: Rachel details her unsettling trip to South Africa, "post-Apartheid".
New to the subject of "Apartheid"? Here is a very brief summary from the Al Jazeera Network:
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