Decreasing Racism in Canada

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Do you think Canada is still racist country? In my opinion, I definitely support the fact that Canada is not a racist country anymore. It has changed significantly since its birth; it was once a child, however, it has now grown up and is a role model for other countries. Rewinding back to the early and mid 1900, Canada was known as a racist country; however after WWII, it started to reduce the racism, sexism, and hatred against non-white Races. Canada began to allow multi races such as Chinese, Japanese, and the Jewish to live in Canada, however, life was still difficult for the non- whites. The essay “Our Home and Racist Land” was written approximately 50 years ago and talks about facts that occurred 30 years before the essay was written.…show more content…
He told me that Canada has changed “tremendously, it is now much cleverer, intelligent, and knows how to make a better decision.” I think my neighbor has succeeded and well fought racism, he owns a house and has a BMW now; this man is wealthy and a successful person now. A quote from the book that I found interesting was “Police relations are at all-time low” which was said by the narrator of the story. The narrator tries to tell that police officers back in the 80s were corrupted, in a way that they would be friendlier to whites then any other races. Fortunately, today the police and the law of Canada are tight and protected. The law is made for everyone in Canada which does not provide special benefits or disadvantages for a certain race. A fact is that Toronto is the most cosmopolitan city in the world. We have the most multicultural people living in Toronto. Canada accepts over 1 immigration applicants to come to Canada and start a completely new life. It does not set any restrictions against anyone who applies to come to Canada. Everyone in Canada has the right to follow their religion, what they want to wear, where they want to live, how they want to live, and follow their desired cultures. Ever since my family and I moved to Canada, we have not experienced any sort of racism. It has been seven years since I’ve moved to Canada and since then I have not been discriminated,
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