. . . That Bridging the Cultural Gap Can Succeed
I shift my weight again, trying to find a comfortable spot on the oak bench. Then the judge enters and the ceremony begins: the one in which a young man in my family will become a citizen of Canada.
As I listen to the preliminaries, I realize that although I’ve been a Canadian from birth, I’ve never been to one of our citizenship ceremonies before. Looking around the room with interest, I see a few white faces, but many more in shades of brown. Continue reading