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1The author has achieved her dual purpose and further more exceeded it This essay explained with much detail how black Canadians were treated They were often abused and treated as if there were the bugs that kept coming and ruining the precious garden of the whites But in reality black Canadians were more so the soil that held the plants Most black Canadians at the time worked very hard labor driven jobs that often paid miniscule amounts of money The workers had to work in the store but could never show their face because of their race The authors father is a very good example of this Her father started like any other black Canadian He was working a very labor induced job working long hours without any promise of a different and brighter future Her father slowly but surely changed this norm He started off as a cook for the Great Lake freighters which paid him low wages and he worked long hours After this he worked as a slave to a white family Doing whatever they asked and always saying Yes Sir as if he was lesser then his employers And from that he finally had an opportunity for a future He worked at the Fords Motor Companys transportation Center He worked hard and the whites acknowledged this He knew he could be more though so he attended night school and worked by day Over the years he finally got a degree in Chemistry and was moved to a supervisor of the lab From a job that all typical black Canadians had he had a job most white men would envy A quote that I thought was impressive was his daughters thoughts For seven years he worked days and attended night school earning a BSC in chemistry I remember his graduation and my pride Janice McCurdy Banigan She is extremely proud of her father and throughout the essay tells us this
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