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Born and Raised

We dug into food. Poured our hearts out for love. Now, there's no place like home.
The Americanization of the Black experience had become so deeply rooted in me that I felt like I didn’t have a home within Blackness.
Like many newcomers to Canada, we had other uses for it.
“We really wanted to challenge the narrative that immigrants should be grateful."
Their pandemic living arrangement with in-laws is a blessing, they say.
They’ve been preparing for this moment all their lives.
Second-genners play a notorious drinking game, with a twist.
From soul food to Caribbean dishes, these types of Canadian eats deserve every penny.
These athletic late bloomers aren’t missing out anymore.
I was Indian to some, “whitewashed” to others, and all of it left me tongue-tied.
A teen comedy about the Indian immigrant experience? MOOD!
Polyamory is not just a "white-person thing."
There are ways to make parents understand why physical activity is important.
It's not my late mum's recipe — and maybe that's what makes it so special.
Practicing self-love is easier said than done.