Prince Harry Meghan Markle

last week, July 1, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, held a video hangout with the young leaders their joint Fund Queen’s Commonwealth Trust. The recording of this conversation appeared in the network today. The Dukes of Sussex have contacted us from his residence in Los Angeles.

Their conversation with other participants of the meeting lasted about 20 minutes — during which time they managed to discuss racial discrimination and ways to overcome this injustice in modern society. Harry said that we should not deny his past, but it is necessary to correct the mistakes of their ancestors and certainly to move forward.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with other meeting participants

we Have no way to move forward if we do not acknowledge their past. Many people make an effort to accept all that was and try to fix these errors. Much remains to be done. It won’t be easy, and in some moments even uncomfortable, but it must be done because it will benefit absolutely everyone, said Harry.

Overcome this discomfort, we finally get there, where the rising tide will lift all boats (a reference to the famous phrase of U.S. President John F. Kennedy from his speech in 1963 — the figurative description of how economic growth will be beneficial to all participants. — Approx. ed.). Equality does not leave anyone in the background, it puts us on the same level. Is a fundamental human right,— added Megan.

Prince Harry also noted that it is important to restore racial justice right now, because in this period of time all the changes are happening much faster than ever.

Recall that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially resigned from Royal duties in March of this year, but retained the patronage of the Queen’s Commonwealth Foundation Trust and other charities. Dukes assisted, and privately. For example, last week Meghan Markle personally contacted the 18-year-old dark-skinned Jew Altea Bernstein, was attacked by four white men. In a telephone conversation Markle expressed her support and gave important tips.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle