30 Jun '14

News Steve McQueen finds survey of black children's aspirations 'upsetting'

Oscar-winning director says 'circle has to be broken', as results show 20% of black children feel skin colour will hold them backBritish film director Steve McQueen said it was "upsetting" after a survey found one in five black children thought their skin colour would make it more difficult for them to be successful.Research commissioned by BBC's Newsround programme found 21% of black children felt their skin colour would make it harder to succeed in the future, compared with just 2% of white children and 13% of Asian origin. Continue reading...

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