Ken Pryce compares black and high achieving Asian students. He argues that Asian students have a higher tolerance to racism, and have a greater sense if self worth. Black students, on the other hand, are less resitant to racism and have low self esteem. Pryce Argues that this is the result of the impact of collonisalism on the two groups. Slavery was culturally devastating to the black population. They lost their language, religion and family system. By contrast, Asian family structures, language and religions were not destroyed by colonial rule.