Prince Harry on fighting racism, how Meghan opened his eyes: 'Ignorance is no longer an excuse'

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Prince Harry, in an interview with British GQ, highlighted the need for others to educate themselves about how to be an anti-racist.

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Published on October 26, 2020 -  01:54
Harry blinded to unconscious racial bias as child
[NFA] Britain's Prince Harry said it took him years to realize that unconscious racial bias existed and his eyes had been opened by spending time in his wife Meghan's shoes. Freddie Joyner has more.

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