Actor Meyne Wyatt closes Q and A with a powerful monologue on racism

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Actor Meyne Wyatt closes Q and A with a powerful monologue on racism
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Clip from Q and A  |  ABC  |  June 8, 2020

**Language warning** What are some examples of racism that Meyne Wyatt describes in this monologue? What is he referring to when he talks about 1967? What frustrations does Wyatt express about the roles he is offered as an actor? What does he mean by the expression 'silence is violence'?

**Language warning** What are some examples of racism that Meyne Wyatt describes in this monologue? What is he referring to when he talks about 1967? What frustrations does Wyatt express about the roles he is offered as an actor? What does he mean by the expression 'silence is violence'?

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