Racial discrimination and prejudice are endemic in all societies. Strangers, people of different appearance or habits, evoke strong and mixed feelings. Their poverty may be seen as “a burden on society”, their ability as “a conspiracy to take us over”, and their unfamiliarity as “diluting our island heritage”. Immigrant groups may hold equally distorted views about their indigenous hosts.
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