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     Ally 
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    February 1st marked the first day of Black History Month in Canada and the United States, and it got me thinking — how has your race or ethnicity played a role in your Parkinson’s journey? Do you feel like you have faced discrimination and/or been given advantages in any way because of the colour of your skin?

    I am white woman and I know that I am afforded a lot of privileges because of my race that I’m not even aware of, but I’ve also heard from friends of colour that their race has caused problems for them when seeking medical help. What has your experience been like?

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