Paula 1 
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Re: “Living in fear in my own country

Thanks for this honest story. It saddens me that you experience racism in our Province. What concerns me the most is when you mention "polite racism". Speaking as a person who has always been extremely curious about other cultures but severely limited in my ability to travel, I may be one of those people who wants to know where your family originated from, what language you speak, have you recently returned to the land of your ancestors, what was the weather like? As well, in parts of Nova Scotia, and often in French Acadian cultures, the first question asked of someone will be who their father is (or Grand-father). So much so that people are Nick-named for their parents. So and so is "John a Marcus" (Johh OF Marcus, John SON OF Marcus).
...hopefully when others are genuinely curious about those who are "different", is is because they want to learn and understand more about that person. Through understanding of our differences we can all become a lot more alike!

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Posted by Paula 1 on 12/06/2015 at 9:07 AM

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