No Foreigners Needed Here

Mellish, Xander
May 1987
Progressive;May87, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p14
Reports on the discrimination experienced by nonwhites in Europe as a result of tightening anti-terrorism and anti-AIDS measures in different European countries. AIDS tests for African students arriving in East Germany; Difficulty of acquiring tourist visas for citizens of third world nations; Limiting of the number of 'conspicuous' refugees coming into Germany.


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