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More strangers than neighbours

2009

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This study examined inter-minority group relations. The aim was to find preliminary answers the following questions: How can we characterize the attitudes and interactions between Aboriginals and African refugees in the inner city of Winnipeg? How much do African refugees know of the colonization experiences and current situation of Aboriginals, and vice versa? How often and in what types of places do group members interact? What programs can be put in place to enhance community relations?

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education politics school refugees discrimination canada africans indians of north america culture ethics immigration indigenous peoples african americans racism ethnic group focus groups community demographics further education society focus group native peoples indigenous peoples in canada computer file

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