Prince Harry has spoken about battling systemic racism and insists it will take “every single person on the planet” to defeat it.
The Duke of Sussex, 35, was seen in an interview posted by Colour of Change, a civil rights organisation, while he praised the younger generation for “acting, rather than just saying”.
Harry, who is now living in Tyler Perry’s mansion in Beverly Hills with wife Meghan Markle and son Archie, spoke with US civil rights leader Rashad Robinson about driving actions on systemic racism.
He stressed the charity plays a crucial part in the matter but it “can’t fix the problem”.
In the clip shared on to the organisation’s Instagram page, the Duke suggests it has to be fix at the root of the problem.
He says: “As we’ve discussed before, it’s going to take every single one of us.
“This is not down to the black community.
“This is down to every single person that is on the planet right now, especially, well not especially, but certainly, seemingly, led by the younger generation this movement is anyway.”
Harry added people should act now rather than just speak about it.
“You can’t just say ‘I’m going to do this, I’m going to do that’,” he continued.
“It’s like, well you’ve said it. Now you’ve got to follow through with it.”
The video was captioned with what it seems to be a quote from Prince Harry, stating: “‘Inequality is not unfortunate like a car accident, it has been manufactured.’
“Prince Harry and @iamrashadrobinson talked candidly about systemic racism, hate online and people with privilege, using their privilege for change.”