Protesters participate in a Black Lives Matter rally against racism in Brisbane on June 6. Photo: EPA-EFEProtesters participate in a Black Lives Matter rally against racism in Brisbane on June 6. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters participate in a Black Lives Matter rally against racism in Brisbane on June 6. Photo: EPA-EFE
Suraj Girijashanker
Opinion

Opinion

Suraj Girijashanker

If a racist attack happens in a supermarket, what should the staff do?

  • Asian shoppers are reported to have been racially targeted at Australian supermarkets, even as racism complaints increase in the country after the onset of Covid-19
  • What responsibility do retail companies have for protecting customers from racism?

Protesters participate in a Black Lives Matter rally against racism in Brisbane on June 6. Photo: EPA-EFEProtesters participate in a Black Lives Matter rally against racism in Brisbane on June 6. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters participate in a Black Lives Matter rally against racism in Brisbane on June 6. Photo: EPA-EFE
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