Comment on Document of Learning #2: PLO B2 is giving me some doubts… by Emma F.

Nice post Alison- concerning your third question, I would agree that discrimination also takes place in countries that do not have the heavily multi-cultured society that we do in Canada, but I imagine that social class/ wealth is one of the major points of discrimination. Of course, this is not to say that social class discrimination doesn’t happen in Canada, but race is usually more visible, and encompasses not only skin colour, but can included religion, clothing, and language. So, I think race is an automatic point of discrimination because it is an umbrella in which many cultural variances fall under.

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