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Friday essay: how do I understand who I am, when my family have hidden themselves from recent history?

By Natalie Kon-yu, Lecturer in Creative and Professionaln, Literature and Gender Studies, Victoria University
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My family is Mauritian, but when I take a DNA test, Mauritian didn’t even rank as an ethnicity. It can’t. Everyone from Mauritius is from somewhere else, or from many places at the same time.The Conversation

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