People with dyspraxia experience challenges with space and time. In spite of two music degrees, I can’t play a musical instrument, or even clap along at concerts.
We may not always do it well, but it is important that we respond to bigoted comments and actions. This is how create a more inclusive and just society.
Undercover minorities have a complicated relationship with white privilege, but it’s essential we challenge racist opinions among our peers.
My childhood was defined by the elements of Portuguese culture: faith, food, and music. A culture that not-so-quietly attached itself to my Canadian identity.
For expats, the act of juggling multiple identities works to strengthen our bonds – with our country and with each other.
For Canadians living abroad, home defies borders. What does this mean for their Canadian identity?
Undercover minorities experience both sides of cultural divide. Perhaps we can help to bridge them.