Stuart Hall was one of the most acclaimed intellectuals within race studies and the construction of cultural identity in the light of, as he pointed out, “not the discovery but the production of identity” (Hall 1994, 224). There is much to take from this assertion with regard to the position that Stuart Hall adopted on the question of social coexistence between whites and blacks, and the multiculturalism of the country he lived in, from his arrival in 1951 until his death in 2013.