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Harry and Meghan: Commonwealth must acknowledge the past and right the wrongs

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have said the Commonwealth must acknowledge the past even if it may be uncomfortable to do so, but that after doing so 'everyone benefits'. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► The couple were speaking in discussion by video link on justice and equal rights with young leaders from the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT), of which Harry and Meghan are president and vice-president respectively. The Sussexes spoke of historic injustice, unconscious bias and racism in light of the Black Lives Matter movement, and said the Commonwealth, which grew out of the British empire and is headed by Prince Harry’s grandmother the Queen, needed to follow the example of others, and accepted it would not be easy Harry and Meghan say Commonwealth 'must acknowledge the past' ► Support the Guardian ► Today in Focus podcast ► The Guardian YouTube network: The Guardian ► Owen Jones talks ► Guardian Football ► Guardian Sport ► Guardian Culture ►
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