‘We’re judged for being black’

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Black footballers have recently spoken out about racism.

But what’s it like for black men who aren’t famous?

Four young men talk about how they have experienced being stereotyped and judged for the colour of their skin.

Video by Simone Stewart

First published 23.04.19:


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