Chinese Discrimination: 0050.0503

EDITORIAL COMMENT

                When Bishop Perrin denies that the Chinaman has had an evil influence on the youthful population of British Columbia, he places his testimony against the belief of seventy-five per cent of the people who have taken the time to investigate the matter.  If the Bishop requires any further light on the subject, he should make inquiries of the army of “dope fiends,” along the coast line from Victoria to San Diego.  And his investigations should not stop even there.

0050.0503: Chinese Discrimination

Bishop Perrin denies Chinese have had an evil influence on the youthful population of B.C.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 2, 1904
Pages:  2
Publisher:  The Nelson Economist
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

bishop chinaman evil influence youthful population testimony dope fiends

Subjects:

People arrow Perrinarrow
Social arrow Racism arrow Chinesearrow
Social arrow Criminal Activity arrow Drugsarrow

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