Tag Archives: racial identity

Rebraining My Brain

I need to rewire my brain, that’s the conclusion Lindsey (my counsellor) and I reached after my last session. I don’t like saying rewiring, so I made up the term rebrainig (which is not really a word, but I’ve decided to use … Continue reading

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Almost 7 Years

Achieving one of my biggest dreams didn’t come easy. I wanted to leave Mexico, I wanted this so badly for many years. Eventually, I did it. I became permanent resident of a First World country, and now I’m lucky enough … Continue reading

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On Race

I never thought about race until I came to Canada. I didn’t understand the meaning of race and white privilege from a western perspective until I left Mexico. I’m a mestiza and I’ve always known that I’m not white. During … Continue reading

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