Actress Racheal Ofori called on her fellow creatives to bring to life her visual piece on racism.

She says, “I wrote it because recent events have really put race at the forefront of conversation in a way that surprised me as if a big secret had been revealed to the world. Racism manifests in different ways in different countries, and this myth that it’s an American problem has to be debunked. It’s a learned construct that we have to actively unlearn, and it’s literally everywhere. Rather than write a post I wanted to hear a collective black voice expressing that so I wrote the piece, and asked people if they would like to be involved in reciting it, and then edited it together.

Written by: Racheal Ofori  

Artists: Ken Nwosu, Inua Ellams, Tanya Fear, Tobi Bamtefa, Eric Kofi Abrefa, Heather Agyepong, Hammed Animashaun, Peace Oseyenum, Theo Ogundipe, Susan Wokoma, Anni Domingo, Dwane Walcott, Sule Rimi, Kayla Meikle, Mark Ebulué, Sharma Walfall, Omar Austin, Jude Owusu, Peter Bankole, Gbolahan Obisesan, Nathanael Campbell, Natalie Simpson, Ronkẹ Adékọluẹ́jọ́, Anton Rice, Chay February, Nathan Armarkwei Laryea, Fisayo Akinade, Louisa Nomfundo Villeneuve, Loy Nagawa, Maria Yarjah, Danielle Scott-Haughton, Christina Dembenezi, Jasmine Stewart, Jonathan Ajayi, Adédèjì Adetayo, Bolu Babalola, Isis Davis, Raphael Sowole, Diana Yekinni, Tyler Fayose, Joey Akubeze, Yoel Soto, Ivanno Jeremiah, Jerome Kaluta, Layo-Christina Akinlude 

Music: Sébastien Rambaud