Queen Elizabeth II

2004 Message to the Nation

“Diversity is a strength, not a threat”

"Discrimination still exists. Some people feel that their own beliefs are being threatened. Some are unhappy about unfamiliar cultures. They all need to be reassured that there is so much to be gained by reaching out to others; that diversity is indeed a strength and not a threat.

Click her to Listen: Queen Elizabeth II in her own words, message to the nation Dec 2004.

King Charles III

2022 Message


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We await the sitting monarch, thenew proclaimed King Charles III to speaks on racism and to share an importantunifying message that speaks to his British subjects, the people of the nation’sHRH now reigns over, and in his own words.


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Until the King of England, Ireland,Scotland, and Wales speaks to the people of his nation on the mental and socialdisorder and structure of racism the nations is all the worse for it, theUnited Kingdom will continue to be divided by race and racial inequalities andsociety as a one nation will suffer, while Black Britons endure historicaleffects of racism

Until you, King Charles III speak toyou people directly on racism we deem your silence as consents.

Silence is consent.

King Charles III, what does the future hold in Britain for the next generation of Black Britons during your reign?

The stage is yours and we are listening.

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Brooke Newmanis an associate professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth University and the author of - A Dark Inheritance: Blood, Race, and Sex in Colonial Jamaica