The Irresistible Rise of Multi-racial BritainBook - 1998
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Other boys I knew were less fortunate, but one way or another we were always being stopped and questioned by policemen. What made all this so hard to bear wasn't only the violence of the police, or their racist abuse and harassment. If you were a black boy, implicit in all these confrontations was the certain knowledge that you were facing a white man who could beat you, or send you to prison, or even kill you, just because of the colour of your skin, and there would be very little that anyone could do about it. But what hurt the most was their casual contempt, the way they flaunted their power over you and their determination to make you understand that you were less than they were. -pg 302, Chapter 23
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