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This is the episode 16 of our series of stories seeking to explain the circumstances and events of the Race Riots in Wales in June 1919. Episodes 15 & 16 relate to the events in Cardiff. This episode is Part Two of our explanation in relation to those involved in Swansea Court in relation to the Cardiff Race Riots, and it relates to the Black men, Arab, African and Caribbean, that appeared in Court after being arrested and charged by the Police.
It provides factual information in relation to their sentences, compensation they received and those that were not found guilty

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