“There are two lessons to learn from Mr. [Sajid] Javid’s appointment: The fight against an unjust immigration system [in the UK] does not change with a new home secretary, and if we remain satisfied with representation as the sole means of progress, diversity becomes a shield for a government’s institutionally racist policies.”
“If we get more women or people of color into positions of power, society will become more equal. You could call this trickle-down equality — like its economic counterpart, it doesn’t work.”
Read the full New York Times op-ed piece here.
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