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Racism causes negative psychological, social, educational and economic impacts throughout the life span and contributes to mental health problems in the community.
Many psychologists are concerned at the racism apparent in public responses to current issues such as terrorism, ‘border protection’ and incarceration rates.
The APS opposes all forms of racism and recognises its destructive psychological and social impacts. There is no race or cultural group that is superior to others, and people are not ‘lesser’ because of their racial, ethnic or cultural origins. Racism interferes with our ability to see people as individuals, and diminishes people's ability to achieve to their potential.
The APS has been working to combat and prevent racism for many years: