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Published on Nov 9, 2009
"Justice uploaded their music video for "Stress" to YouTube on 1 May 2008, having had several TV stations boycott the video. The clip features a group of youths committing acts of vandalism and harassment, wearing jackets bearing the Justice cross on the back. Accused in some quarters of racism for its stereotypical depiction of youths of African descent from Paris socially deprived banlieues, others saw the video as a critique of their portrayal in the French media. Speaking in an interview with The Quietus website, Augé said, We were expecting some fuss obviously, but definitely not on those topics If people see racism in the video, it's definitely because they might have a problem with racism; because they only see black people beating up white people, which is not what happens."