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The rise of racism exposé pages

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The killing of George Floyd was a catalyst second for social justice actions the world over. But after the coronavirus pandemic worsened a few of these actions have been pushed apart.One which hasn’t is a web-based reckoning orchestrated by college students, often called ‘Truth Pages’. In the summer season following George Floyd’s loss of life, racism exposé pages turned extra widespread throughout either side of the Atlantic, totally on Instagram, permitting Black, Asian and minority ethnic college students to share their experiences on-line.The consequence was a wave of name to actions, some extra profitable than others, enlisting the cooperation of establishments in tackling racism and racial inequality.The BBC’s Lorna Acquah investigates the racism skilled by college students within the UK and the US and the way the motion snowballed.Filmed and edited by Samantha Everett Illustrations by Zoë Slatter

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