Black Scottish people (also referred to as the Black Scottish, and Black Scots) represent a small proportion (less than 1% according to the 2011 census, although rapidly rising) of the country's overall population, although the Black population of Scotland has a long history.

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  • Black Scottish people (also referred to as the Black Scottish, and Black Scots) represent a small proportion (less than 1% according to the 2011 census, although rapidly rising) of the country's overall population, although the Black population of Scotland has a long history.
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  • 37000 (xsd:integer)
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  • Afro-Scottish
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  • * Scottish English * Highland English * Scottish Gaelic * Scots ** English language ** African English ** Caribbean English ** African languages
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  • Aberdeen 2.6%, Glasgow 2.4%, Edinburgh 1.4%
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  • Black African - 30,000
  • Black Caribbean - 3,000
  • Black Scottish/Other Black - 4,000
  • Scotland 37,000
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  • * Christianity * Islam * Bahá'í Faith * Rastafarianism
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  • Black Scottish people (also referred to as the Black Scottish, and Black Scots) represent a small proportion (less than 1% according to the 2011 census, although rapidly rising) of the country's overall population, although the Black population of Scotland has a long history.
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  • Black Scottish people
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  • Afro-Scottish
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