Experiences of Racism on PEI: Survey
BIPOC USHR (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour United for Strength, Home, Relationship) and the Black Cultural Society of PEI (BCSPEI) would like to hear from BIPOC people living on PEI about your experiences with racism.

Have you experienced racism on PEI? If you identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or a Person of Colour (e.g, Asian, South Asian, Arab, etc) we'd like to hear from you.

Racism can take many forms. It could be explicit such as:

- being called a racial slur or a racist name
- being spit on by a white person
- being followed in a store because people think you are likely to steal
- being physically threatened
- being hassled/bothered/targeted by a police officer

It could be experienced as microaggressions such as:

- white people touching a Black person's hair and body without their permission
- white people telling a BIPOC person how well they speak English
- a white teacher or professor being inconsiderate of a BIPOC person's cultural needs
- a white person acting in a condescending manner toward a BIPOC person

These are just a VERY few examples of racism BIPOC peoples can experience. Often the racism can be so subtle that BIPOC peoples may not be sure if it is racism, but are left feeling uneasy or uncomfortable about a situation.

Please share your experiences with us, no matter how big or how small and subtle you believe they are.

All responses will be kept anonymous; however, if you would like us to follow up with you, there will be the option to leave your name and contact information with us.

If you leave your contact information your responses will be kept confidential and only a few members of BIPOC USHR will see them. We promise to respect your confidentiality.

We support you. We are here for you. We are your community.

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