My Life – Your racism
Constantly and every single time!
Besides physical attacks and openly racist bar room clichés it's s the putative harmless everyday racism, also known as microaggressions, BIPoC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) have to deal with.
For her whole life Neustadt artist Sara Sun Hee Martischius is accompanied by such.
With the photography project „My life – Your racism“ Martischius wants to invite the observer to acknowledge and question their own internalized racist beliefs.
One racist comment doesn't make you a racist, but quiet often „meaning well“ isn't „doing well“.
Have a look at the pictures and try to imagine how it feels to repeatedly find yourself in situations as shown.
I am not alone. Every day millions of BIPoC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) have to endure racism. To make it more visible here are some voices of other stigmatized people: