Anthony Morgan writes of his response to an incident on a Montreal university campus that shows the persistence of racial stereotyping. First publiished in Alissa Trotz’s In The Diaspora column in Stabroek News.

I am a 25 year old Jamaican, born and raised in Canada and currently in my final year of law school at McGill University in Montreal.,   I would like to express my sincerest thanks to Dr. Alissa Trotz for having invited me to write this column. (I wish to) explain how my identity as a Diaspora Citizen has affected my reaction to a very intolerable incident I experienced on a Montreal university campus on September 14th, 2011…


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