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    Discussion: Why Is Buckingham Palace Exempt From Anti-Discrimination Laws?

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    On this week's episode, we discuss:

    The one year anniversary of #BlackoutTuesday, and the impact that social media has when it comes to protesting, activism, and allyship.

    A report that found that Buckingham Palace are exempt from laws that prevent race and sex discrimination, and up until at least the 1960s, the palace banned ethnic minorities from working in certain job roles.

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    The social media backlash that Naomi Osaka received for withdrawing from the French Open, after opening up about her mental health.

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