LUKE BOKHA of the Anti Racism Network of Ireland speaks to Eoin Drinan about the Erase Racism exhibition, launched on the 19th March 2013. Luke explains what the purpose of the exhibition is, as part of the European week against racism.
They speak about 21st of March being a day set a side by the United Nations to remember a tragedy in 1960 in South Africa where innocent protesters were shot by the police. The exhibition itself centres around “Direct Provision”.
Many of the images as part of the exhibition are photographs taken on Direct Provision sites around Ireland. Luke continues by explaining the reality of what the photographs captured in the exhibition show and the fact that some of the photographs depict institutional racism.
|DATE: March 21, 2013
|Themes:Irish Life & Culture, Local Arts & Culture, Community Events
|Keywords:direct provision, photographs of racism, erase racism, luke bokha, anti racism network ireland, photography exhibition, racism, European week against racism