Part of writing and publishing content is the feedback you get from a pretty active hockey community. You can agree or disagree with my work, give me recommendations, take my work and build off it, ignore it – it’s all good. After all these years, I’ve figured out how to handle the feedback in a way that works for me.
What I can’t accept are comments with discriminatory or racist language, which I’ve recently had directed at me. There’s no way to justify posting racist comments and it won’t be tolerated here. Any comments that are racist or contain excessive profanity or misinformation will be blocked and reported.
There’s no place for racism anywhere.
I’m proud of who I am and where I’m from. I’m grateful for the people around me and the communities I’m a part of. I wouldn’t be where I am in life, doing what I do, without the support I’ve received and for that I’m incredibly thankful.
2 thoughts on “Racist and derogatory comments”
You’re a thoughtful writer and commentator and bring an honest, open and reflective analysis. Your thoughts always give me something to chew on and a new way to look at my favourite team.
There’s always going to be a million opinions on what the Oilers should do. We should all be able to argue about them passionately and with vigour.
That said, fuck racist comments.
Solidarity to you, Sunil. Keep on keeping on.
Love your work and have been following you/ CnB for a decade plus. Keep up the good work!