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‘Walking the path’ is a way to talk about racism in Toronto

‘Walking the path’ is a way to talk about racism in Toronto

The words ‘walking the road’ are used a lot in this piece, and for good reason.

We can all talk about the importance of intersectionality in everyday conversations.

However, sometimes when we do, we do so with a certain level of fear and shame.

This piece, by a woman who has lived in Toronto for over two decades, aims to address this by using the words ‘walking the road,’ ‘wandering the street,’ and ‘walking in the streets’ to highlight racism in the city.

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