Pascal Siakam on adjusting to life as a visible minority in United States - Sportsnet.ca

Pascal Siakam spoke about adjusting to life as a visible minority when coming to the United States from Cameroon, and the reality of normalizing racism.

2020-06-04 1:22:00 AM

Pascal Siakam: 'I have to program my mind to be able to think like that and know that, ‘Okay, it's okay, don’t freak out, it's okay, they’re doing that because it’s supposed to be normal.’ And man like that’s sad, and that’s just the country we live in.”

Pascal Siakam spoke about adjusting to life as a visible minority when coming to the United States from Cameroon, and the reality of normalizing racism.

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