Jun 12th, 2020   Mental Health 

Why Racism is Hard to Talk about

Let me start with a story. Avtar is an ambitious young man who lives with his large family in a small farming village. He is the first person in his family who can read and write. Realising there isn’t anything for him to do other than farming, he makes the decision to leave his family and find work elsewhere. His parents are upset by this decision but they want their son to be happy...

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Why Racism is Hard to Talk about

June 12th, 2020|Mental Health|

Let me start with a story. Avtar is an ambitious young man who lives with his large family in a small farming village. He is the first person in his family who can read and write. Realising there isn’t anything for him to do other than farming, he makes the decision to leave his family and find work elsewhere. His parents are upset by this decision but they want their son to be happy...

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