“Where are you really from?”
Marie Zafimehy

Good point that people don’t have the right to know. A parent of a white Australian friend of mine once asked me what my “heritage” was. I told them where my parents families had lived. Then when I asked them what their heritage was, they scoffed at me and shook their head as if I was being outrageous. This was a university-educated person who works with people of all different backgrounds. It was incredibly insulting.

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