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Voices: Find Support & Hope

Voices is SRtRC’s community platform, delivered in partnership with Frog Systems. It’s designed to give a voice to communities impacted by racism, and to encourage open communication about anti-racism and equality.

Our Voices platform compliments our Education Hub, which is aimed for teachers and students. For those who wish to expand on their knowledge of racism and its impact, this is for you.

Voices consists of a collection of short videos discussing issues like barriers that occur when it comes to reporting racism, the lessons people have learnt and advice/suggestions on how we can challenge racism and advocate for anti-racism together.

Alongside our host of video contributions, Voices has many other resources tackling subjects such as: Allyship, Black Lives Matter, South Asian experiences, and Racism within Society. The types of resources range from podcasts to book suggestions to articles & more.

The goal of Voices is to provide the opportunities to listen and be heard. By sharing our voices, our message for anti-racism will echo even louder.

Click the link to visit Voices: https://voices.theredcard.org/

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