Black Iqaluit resident suffers public racial taunting, abuse

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Nunavut August 09, 2018 – 1:32 pm

Another sign that Iqaluit is becoming a multicultural community: members of Iqaluit's African and Caribbean community celebrate Africa Day this past May 26 at the pavilion inside Sylvia Grinnell Park, where they enjoyed fish cakes, cou-cou, spicy beans and rice. It's likely that about 250 Iqaluit residents are of African descent. The writer of this letter encourages a continuing conversation on how Iqaluit can respond to its increasingly multicultural make-up. (FILE PHOTO)

Another sign that Iqaluit is becoming a multicultural community: members of Iqaluit’s African and Caribbean community celebrate Africa Day this past May 26 at the pavilion inside Sylvia Grinnell Park, where they enjoyed fish cakes, cou-cou, spicy beans and rice. It’s likely that about 250 Iqaluit residents are of African descent. The writer of this letter encourages a continuing conversation on how Iqaluit can respond to its increasingly multicultural make-up. (FILE PHOTO)

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