OSAKA – As Japan opens its doors to more and more foreign workers, the problem of racial harassment in the workplace is under renewed scrutiny.
While racial harassment — including slurs, jokes or the targeting of a person due to their race or ethnicity — is considered offensive and illegal in many countries around the world, awareness of the problematic phenomenon is still lacking in Japan.
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