Sorry, but in terms of racism, that is incorrect. Every single BIPOC that I have ever known in Canada has dealt with pervasive racism throughout their lives, but I can only speak from my own experience as a biracial Black woman growing up in rural Ontario.
1. My 10th-grade math teacher comparing me to a dirty white T-shirt in front of the entire class.2. Being called names like Monkey Girl, N****r Lips, and Jamaican Freak.*3.
My best friend (who happens to be gay) and I were barred from running for student council co-presidents together in 12th grade because of “lack of experience.” I had been on student council since ninth grade, and him since 10th.4.Read more on theeverygirl.com