The representation of Liverpool is that of working class white people living amongst british asians. You rarely ever see Afrocaribbean representations here....is that because there isn't many here?
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- 31-03-2011 16:28
- 31-03-2011 16:30
It's a pretty cosmopolitan city really, you'll find all kinds here, but the most populous races here are White brits, Chinese and a fair few Irish. But like any other city there are also lots of south asians and afro carribeans.
- 31-03-2011 16:37
No, theres no black people at all.
Don't be stupid.
There are plenty of people from african descent in Liverpool. It was the biggest slave port in England, and it's legacy is apparent with the strong 'afro carribean' areas around the city centre most notably Toxteth(Infamous for the Toxteth Riots)
- 31-03-2011 16:41
Its one of the most diverse and multi-cultural cities in the UK.
Also this thread has been done to death.
- 31-03-2011 16:50
Me, kinda, if you count a quarter black as mixed race ? (pretty sure you do). Yeah, liverpool is quite a culturally diverse city and even has one of the oldest established Chinese communities in Europe. Though the black community is probably a little below the national average, but not by much, and still a pretty diverse city.