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Black people in Canada have diverse backgrounds and experiences — while some can trace their roots in Canada for many generations, others have immigrated in recent decades. They have contributed in many ways to the growth, diversity and development of the country. There are many different ways to define and measure the population of interest: a vastly diverse community of people in terms of history, ethnic and cultural origins, place of birth, religion and languages. For this portrait, the population refers to persons who self-identified as "Black" in the population group question in the Census of Population.

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It was in the reflection of their light that I saw myself, Blackness and all.

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It's about consistent isolation and second guessing. Comments are welcome while open.

'it's not the story canada likes to tell about itself. but it's a story that needs to be told.'

Being Black has also been about feeling alone in my sorrow and frustration in classrooms and boardrooms, spaces where I am often the only Black person. When he picked up the bag and told the woman she may sit, she told him she wasn't asking for his permission and called him the racial slur. Black people are gaslighted when we talk about discrimination. Every "That couldn't happen here" or "I don't believe that, we're a welcoming nation" pushes forward a volatile legacy.

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the conversation Create. To me, he had only ever been Dad. But in that moment, I saw him as a Black man, burdened with all the prejudices that entails. It's true that for me, a part of being Black on this side of the world has been about constantly grieving the deaths of people I've never met. Already have an ? I stopped for a few seconds, long enough to look directly in his face and then I kept on running.

Even as Canada actively thrusts a racial identity on people like me, this country often denies it is doing so. It's not always pretty — it's not the story Canada likes to tell about itself. I had a deadline that same evening. I am no longer preoccupied with being likeable just so people won't say I'm an angry, aggressive Black woman. I was largely oblivious to stereotypes about Black people, often asking people to explain their racist jokes to me.

I was a student journalist at the University of Toronto. Although I still refuse to "know my place," I've found sacred spaces where I am both embraced and encouraged to make room for myself everywhere. I felt I was doing all of us Black folks a favour when I demonstrated that I am in fact intelligent and lovable.

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She is also an MA student in the Socio-Legal Studies program at York University, where she is wrapping up a research project on how the law regulates Black women and girls' appearances. I have found a community of Black women — on- and offline — who define themselves and affirm one another. Anyone would agree that what happened to me and my father is vile. People offer my father their seats when he walks into a room because he's an older man.

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When I told a Black friend about the experiences I'm sharing here, he wryly pointed out that at least no one ended up dead. There stood a white man on the sidewalk, inexplicably furious at me. It was spring, I had just come running out of St. George subway station, late for an interview.

The first time someone called me the n-word, it literally stopped me in my tracks. Life back home had taught me about differences along gender, class, religious and ethnic lines, but the nuance of racial difference was lost on me.

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In Addis Ababa, having enough money and familial status and coming from a privileged ethnicity matter. Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. Personal Essay. I wasn't sure if I was more horrified by the story or the nonchalant way my father told it. I was baffled when security guards followed me around the office building I often worked out of, and they later complained to management about how loud I was when I confronted them.

Social Sharing. It's in this communion that I have found the joy and beauty of Blackness. We reserve the right to close comments at any time. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.

But it's a story that needs to be told.

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So, when I came to Canada, I did not think much about being Black. He had been riding the subway when a white woman walked in and told him she wanted to sit on the chair beside him, where he had placed a shopping bag. It was deeply disquieting. It's not always pretty and it's not the story Canada likes to tell about itself. I came to a halt when I heard the word. Appeasing racists is exhausting. I moved to Toronto from Ethiopia at 15, just a few years before the incident outside St. George Station. This impossible task should be no Black person's responsibility, no matter how frequently society insists it is.

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The story of how I became Black is also a story about Canada. Being called a racial slur was jarring and scary, but since coming to Canada this isn't the kind of racism I've come to know and resent. There was no surprise in his tone, as if this was to be expected. I felt the sting when, at an Easter mass in a downtown Toronto church, I reached out my arm to receive the offering plate but the woman who sat beside me skipped over me and my Black friend to pass the plate on to the next white person. Anti-blackness has caught me off-guard, in moments when I assumed consensus on my belonging in Canadian society.

Yamri Taddese is a journalist in Toronto.

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He was only half joking. Until she immigrated to Canada as a teen. But this is only part of the story. Too many people suggest we're making it all up in our minds. I was snubbed yet again at a professional mixer when I dared complain about the weather — a most Canadian of habits — and someone who stood beside me said "You'd think African immigrants would be more grateful. Yet, despite the initial shock and consistent prejudice, becoming Black in Canada has also been about a new and profound belonging. In my late teens, I prided myself on being a walking stereotype-buster. It felt as though people expected me to know my place and I sincerely had no idea where this place was.

Men and older folks are also afforded greater respect. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments. What's your story.

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I don't think experiences like mine should be considered mild. As far as experiences with anti-blackness go, it's tempting to say mine are pretty mild. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. The standards should be higher. The more vehemently our society denies its anti-blackness, the more entrenched I fear the issue is. These women validate my stories and offer me courage because they refuse not to bloom. I've met people who deny the fact that they benefit from white privilege. They get to move through society with unseen advantages, without being prejudged.

Yamri Taddese. Each time a video of police killing a Black person surfaces online, I'm caught in the see-saw of anger and heartache. I understand the source of this sentiment, but the ubiquity of Black death in the news cannot mean that is where we draw the line.