More than 90% of people from BAME or other ethnic minority groups in the Channel Islands say racism is a problem locally.
The figure comes from a recent Island Global Research survey about racial equality in the islands. It was completed by 2,384 residents from Jersey, Guernsey and The Isle of Man, between 24 August and 3 September 2020.
The results also showed that 1 in 5 people under the age of 40 in the Channel Islands think the problem is worse - but they say older people deny there is an issue.
More than half (53%) of those surveyed think more changes are needed to give equal rights - though almost one in ten (9%) said they did not believe their island would make the changes required.
Keiran Brown has experienced racism first-hand and spoke about his experiences at a Black Lives Matter demonstration in June. He says that while conversations about the issue can be difficult, challenging racism is vital to changing peoples understanding.
Further information about the survey can be found here.