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A Place in The Sun's Lee Juggurnauth addresses ‘extreme' racism from pals 'I was bullied'

“And, even though we come from different backgrounds Akala and I, when it comes to race and colour, that’s where I identify with him.

“My upbringing was slightly different to him. I had a great education but where I drew some similarities is that I went to a white school and I was the only person of colour in that school.

“From a very young age, I suffered extreme racism and discrimination from people I thought were my friends.

“I was called names, I was bullied, everything you could think of but I didn’t have anyone to speak to about what was going on.”


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