How to be cool in the face of racism: How to embrace the underdog

In a society where it’s all about winning, it’s essential to have a positive attitude.

In a culture where it doesn’t matter if you win or lose, it can be a struggle to be yourself.

That’s why, when it comes to dealing with racism in our society, it is vital to know who you are, what you stand for and what you believe in.

To that end, here are five ways you can show your support for people of colour, women and LGBTQ+ people in Canada.


Be the voice of reason.

There are certain things that people of color and LGBTQ+.

can do that are beyond our control.

For example, they can fight for themselves, they have the power to make their voice heard, they are empowered to act on their behalf.

It’s in our power to show up to these conversations in our own time.

But we must do it with dignity, and not with a passive attitude.

We can’t just be passive bystanders, we need to show support.


Support our culture.

We are the future of Canada, but we can’t let our country be defined by the past.

As much as we have to work hard to be seen as a positive influence on the world, we also have to be open to new ways of thinking and acting.

We must understand that we’re not the only ones with issues of diversity.

We have people of all colours, ethnicities and cultures.

We should embrace them.


Take care of the environment.

We all have a responsibility to protect our environment, which means we have a right to the best and most environmentally friendly food, water and air.

If we don’t care about the environment, how can we protect our communities?

And if we don´t care about our neighbours, what chance do we have?

This is a global problem.

We need to work together to change the ways we consume.

If Canada is going to succeed, we all have to get to work on it together.


Stop being racist.

Racism is not an isolated incident.

It is part of a larger problem that we all face.

It can affect all of us, but it affects the most vulnerable.

We’ve all been the victims of racism.

And it’s important to speak out against it, rather than just dismissing it as part of our culture or social environment.

In many ways, racism is a way of life in Canada, and we must stop ignoring it. 5.

Support each other.

We don’t have to agree on everything, and sometimes we can disagree.

We just have to keep listening to each other and to each others needs.

That´s how we can all move forward, without dividing.

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