Deborah Dundas | Issue 27
Excerpt from On Class - On Privilege and Expectations
Excerpt from On Class
On Privilege and Expectations
WHEN I WAS in grade eight, we were evicted from our subsidized apartment in one of the poorer areas of Toronto. I was a kid, I don’t know the reasons and straight answers can be hard to come by. What I do know is that I came home from school to find a yellow sheet of paper from the Sherriff’s office tape…
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