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Six Months After the Discrimination Crisis in Guangzhou, a Group of Chinese High School Students Goes to See If Anything Has Changed

Shocked by the news of widespread anti-black discrimination back in April in Guangzhou, a group of five high school students from across the country went to the southern Chinese city to see if relations between African residents and the local community have improved.

The video, produced by the independent educational organization China House, provides a rare glimpse of race relations in Guangzhou, an issue that is usually filtered through highly censored official media.

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