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Harry: Living in Meghan’s shoes taught me unconscious bias existed

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Harry: Living in Meghan’s shoes taught me unconscious bias existed

Harry: Living in Meghan’s shoes taught me unconscious bias existed

The Duke of Sussex has admitted his privileged upbringing as a member of theroyal family meant he had no understanding of unconscious racial bias.

Harrysaid it took him many years – and the experience of “living” in wife Meghan’sshoes – to recognise the issue during a conversation with Black Lives Mattersupporter Patrick Hutchinson.

(GQ)


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