MP3: A Question of Colour

03.02.2013

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A Question of Colour MP3

What do these people have in common: Nero, Napoleon, Vivaldi, Van Gogh, Prince Harry, Julia Gillard? They're all redheads of course. Redheads comprise around 1% of the world's population. So, globally, it's the rarest of human hair colours. It's also the most stereotyped and maligned. Is making fun of redheads one of the last acceptable forms of discrimination? Source: abc.net.au

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