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Have racial attitudes changed in Paris since the '90s?

June 10th, 2016

Episode 1012 of 1744 episodes

Black, Blanc, Beur, or Black, White, Arab, was a name given to the winning squad of the 1998 World Cup, which at the time was held up as an illustration of how France had embraced its multicultural make up. Matthew Price takes a tour of Paris with former French international footballer Louis Saha to find out if attitudes towards race in the city have changed since the late 1990s. (Image: Louis Saha. Credit: BBC)

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