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A true story: the colour of my skin

We tend to believe that we live in ‘free’, ‘open’ and ‘multi-cultural’ societies, but racism is a deeply rooted evil, that lingers on and unless we are confronted with it, we may have no way of knowing it still exists...

A true story: the colour of my skin
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