Radio Sweden Tuesday

For once: a positive look inside the classroom. Is it a jungle in there, or should the media get detention?

Young Afro-Swedes shared experiences from their daily lives. Their stories are punctuated by prejudice and discrimination.

Weatherwise?  There’s a sunny outlook, so enjoy the programme!

Closing Music: BWO, ”Open Door”

Bullying, vandalism, poor performance and a lack of respect. It’s a dark picture of Swedish schools that is debated by politicians and reported in the media. But just how accurate is this picture? Dave Russell has more:

A new study shows that discrimination and racism have punctuated the lives of young Afro-Swedes who shared their experiences with a group of researchers. Azariah Kiros takes up the story: