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Part 2: Tackling racial and class inequality through art at Edinburgh's festivals

By Assa Samaké-Roman

Arts and entertainment have taken over every corner in the Scottish city of Edinburgh.

We're two weeks into the Edinburgh Festivals, and just about every bar, theatre and concert hall is tackling tough issues through art and performance.

Racial and class inequalities in particular are the focus of hundreds of shows.

Assa Samaké-Roman has this second report on a series on the festivals in the capital of Scotland.

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