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Ontario Street: Ctv Vancouver and Anika Vassell

ontario street: The 24-year-old graduate student said she rolled down her window and the stranger asked her where she was from, according to CTV. Vassell replied that she was from Vancouver, where she was born and raised, but that didn't satisfy the woman. Anika Vassell told CTV Vancouver that she was parked in her car at W Broadway and Ontario Street in Vancouver on Thursday when an unknown woman tapped on her passenger side window. She asked Where are you from What country are you from ' and I told her that my parents are Jamaican and South African and she said, and you're that black ' Vassell recalled on Friday. I see that you are black and I see that you're not white so you are not like the rest of us, the stranger is heard saying in the video. At this point, Vassell said she decided to start recording the interaction on her phone because the woman continued to berate her about her race. ( As reported in the news.