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- Radio Sweden
Tor 21 nov 2013 kl 15:00
We hear about changes in the law to keep documents from, for example, the European Union, more secret. There`s red faces at a major department store after they published offensive black faces in their... catalogue. Some childrens books from the 1950s have been republished, and one swiftly pulled, because of some stoneage racism. We hear how children who face abuse and bullying are being divided up unfairly, based on what kind of names they`re called. And we take a walk outside to find some art that`s escaped the gallery. Presenter: Loukas Christodoulou. Producer: Nathalie Rothchild.
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