The grim reality behind the 1983 'march for equality and against racism'

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The arrival in Paris on December 3rd 1983 of the March for Equality and Against Racism drew an estimated 100,000 people onto the streets to greet the weary marchers, escorting them along the capital's boulevards to a triumphant demonstration at the Place de la Bastille.