Britain’s Prince Harry said it had taken him many years to realize that unconscious racial prejudice existed and that spending time in his wife’s shoes Meghan had opened his eyes.
The prince spoke in June during a conversation between anti-racism protesters and far-right opponents in London about racism with black activist Patrick Hutchinson, who took a white man to safety during the event. a fight.
Harry told Hutchinson that he saw her as a “guardian angel” who protected everyone in the performance. Both men said there was still work to be done to overcome all forms of discrimination.
In an online chat recorded last week for a magazine article, Harry said: “I think, without prejudice, about my upbringing and the education that I had, I had that N ‘ didn’t have what I didn’t have. GQ.
“And then, as sad as it may be to say, it took me many, many years to make it happen, especially a day or a week instead of my wife,” Prince said. Meghan’s father is white and her mother is African American.
The Duke and Duke of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, have spoken out on race issues several times since stepping down from their roles as active royals and moving to California in late March.
Hutchinson, 50, told Harry he had been at a protest before where a policeman was injured, so he and a few friends decided to review if they could help keep order.
“It was protecting everyone and it turned out that there is someone on the other side… I will do it for anyone and I will do it over and over again,” he said.
The prince asked him how he felt when he saw the anti-racist protest continue.
“It’s disappointing,” said the father of four. “It just makes you wonder why people are so hard to understand that we all strive for it: the equality side of things.
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