I had walls in my head

“I had always thought of myself as a very tolerant person. But suddenly with so many gypsies around me, prejudices and fears surfaced that I thought I didn’t have. I discovered that I too had walls in my head.”
 — from “I had walls in my head”: see “Stories and Responses: Learning”
A presentation on 11 September 2000 at the Embassy of the Czech Republic, London by participants in Stories Exchange Project 2000 moderated by Malcolm Haslett, BBC World Service