Racism is more entrenched and systemic than most of us realise. Using a range of practical case studies, Jonathan shows how Australia’s white supremacist history continues to influence present-day political, legal and cultural institutions. Mainstream conversations about racism too often focus on overt bigotry, rather than covert structural oppression. The deeper issues are ignored and deprioritised. But pretending that race is irrelevant in the twenty-first century won’t make racism go away.