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Hub race woes serious, study finds

Blacks, Hispanics cite discrimination

By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / April 21, 2005

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Despite metro Boston's increasing diversity, 80 percent of African-Americans and roughly half of Hispanics polled recently said that racial discrimination remains a somewhat serious or very serious problem that can cost jobs or promotions and make others feel unwelcome at sporting events and shopping centers. (Full article: 912 words)

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