In Washington DC, of a total of 12,667 students enrolled at public high schools, only 362 are white. [Prospect research]
In 1996, Norway was the top country in the world for newspaper reading, circulating 592 copies of daily newspapers per 1,000 people, followed by Japan at 582 and Finland at 456. Britain was at 330 and Italy at 105. [British Journalism Review, Vol 10, Number 2, 1999]
In Australia, half of all Aborigines refer to themselves as artists. [Resurgence, July/August 1999]
In Liverpool, 10 per cent of the members of the Orange Order are black. [The Faithful Tribe,…
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