White privilege was legally enshrined in South Africa through apartheid. Apartheid was institutionalized in 1948 and lasted formally into the early 1990s. Under apartheid, racial privilege was not only socially meaningful—it became bureaucratically regulated. Laws such as the 1950 Population Registration Act established criteria to officially classify South Africans by race: White, Indian, Coloured (mixed), or Black. What exactly is white privilege and does is exist in the spaces we live in?

Guest: Kim Heller – Communication Strategist and Political Analyst

Guest: Lovelyn Nwadeyi -Social Equity and Social Justice Consultant across academic, corporate and religious spaces.