From There to Here: Latha Sukumar on her 1987 transition to Canada Published on Friday November 09, 2012 DEBRA BLACK/TORONTO STAR Latha Sukumar reflects on the struggles of coming to Canada in 1987. Debra Black Immigration Reporter Next year more than 240,000 immigrants will arrive in Canada, many of them making the GTA their home. For some, their dreams will take years to build. For others those dreams may never materialize.read more
Latha Sukumar: “So to wear a skirt and stockings, it was very awkward. I really felt unsexy and very unfeminine. For me this whole process was very de-feminizing.”
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