She says the woman hurled racist remarks at her and another Punjabi student.
The woman said, ‘I deserve to be in this country, do you?’ She also said, “go home” and “go back to your country.”
“I just kept telling her that I was born here,” said the student, adding she couldn’t believe the woman’s shocking remarks.
“When my parents moved here over 30 years ago, they wanted a better life and moved to a community where they felt safe, and somewhere to feel like they belong. To have this happen to me was heartbreaking,” she said.
In the video, the two go back and forth yelling at each other, until the woman used another slur to describe the student and then walked away.
Source: Racist remarks hurled at Oliver B.C. students by adult protester during confrontation | Globalnews.ca
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