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Race Relations: Wharton and Trafalgar Square

race relations: People told me I was just a year old, Wharton said, according to CBC. I was the fifteenth child, and at the funeral my brothers passed me backward and forward over the coffin. She does, however, carry the story of a funeral ritual from Guyana. It was believed that if they did that, my mother wouldn't come and take me. She said she worked a few blocks away from Trafalgar Square as a ministry clerk, while her husband finished medical school. Sudbury's Paula Wharton invited the police chief over to talk race relations and he came When she was 19, Wharton left for England, where she married her first husband. ( As reported in the news.