Martin Kobel specialises in helping people. That’s his job, as a therapist, people in need come to him and he helps them. And when he bumps into Annabelle Young at a cafe he sees in her someone he can help. But she hasn’t asked him for help, he passes her his card, hoping that will prompt her to ask for assistance. That doesn’t work. And she is a teacher, her trouble could easily damage a whole class of young impressionable children. He has to do something.
RT @justinenakase Racism in Ireland: A Thread Now that we’re finally talking about it, let's get into it. Some facts and figures, some observations, and some resources for those who would like to know more: 1/ The first reported deportation of the Irish state was in 1925 to a “black prince.”