It is clear that many sports pundits and armchair analysts do not understand the psychological tightrope that many non-whites, blacks for example, must walk daily. Once confronted with the fact that, in North American society, race does matter, blacks often fight a constant struggle between being hypersensitive to the commonplace slings and arrows that all Canadians must face, and allowing racist, slightly biased, or racially indifferent people to mischaracterize, ignore, discriminate against, or walk all over them.

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