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The invisible Spaniards

The acceptance of lazy stereotypes and racist language passed off as harmless banter in Spain has contributed to the socioeconomic, cultural, and political marginalization of many non-white Spaniards. Without a radical change in education, integration policy, and even the language used around race, Spain will fail further generations, damaging itself in the process.

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Brendy Boyle

Brendy Boyle

Irish - living in Madrid. Write about Spain, its cities and culture; real people and places; current affairs. Supporter of real journalism.