Racism is main jobs obstacle for France's second-generation immigrants

Reports says that discrimination is 'main source of inequality' in France for young men of sub-Saharan African or north African origins.

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Discrimination is keeping the children of immigrants at the bottom of France’s economic pile, a report advised prime minister Manuel Valls this weekend. Young men of sub-Saharan African origin face the biggest obstacles in finding jobs, ahead of a ministers’ meeting on tackling inequality, reports RFI.