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In this document, “racialized women” refers to women who experience racism because of their race, skin colour, ethnic background, culture or religion. It includes women of colour, Aboriginal women, and ethnic, linguistic, religious or cultural minorities. These women have different cultures, histories, religions, family norms, life experiences, and are subject to different stereotypes and racism. They are made to feel different because of their racial/ethnic background.

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