The helper and the helped: What racism and ‘helping others’ have in common, and what we can do about it

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Many of us who’ve committed our lives to a social or humanitarian cause will often be adamant that we see all human beings as equal. The uncomfortable truth is none of us really do. We have biology and culture against us. If our in-built drive to constantly create a different ‘other’ is the problem behind so much of the inequality, inertia and conflict we see in our work and organisations, then what can we do to overcome it?

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