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April 13, 2007


KC, I am so sad to hear that you've been through this, but glad you wrote about it. It means so much to hear about the subject from a friend's personal experience.

Oh, KC...this just about breaks my heart. Thank you for the touching insight and personal story. You are a dear, dear friend, and it makes me sad to know that some don't want to know you, but really it is their loss! Hugs!


I sympathize with your feelings, KC. My parents are both immigrants, Danish and Mexican, and I witnessed racism towards many times while growing up. In particular, my mom, a teacher in Mexico for 20 years before coming to Canada, is often treated as "less than intelligent" due to her thick accent and difficulties with English.

It does leave a mark, doesn't it. But, it also makes us stronger. Continue being strong, KC, and let the beauty of your soul shine through.

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