Growing u in Europe and then in Canada was a very different experience of being "othered". In Europe my Jewishness mattered. In HOlland it was a badge of honour. The Dutch continued to be apologizing for the Nazi extermination and for them being forced to take part of it. As such I was awarded privilege for this while at the same time being disliked for being from the US. Then we were in England and there being non-Christian and being from the US were both bad.
I have never been discriminated against because of my olive skin tone. I have been misidentified as mediterranean. and it seemed like in some Jewish circles having the olive skin tone was preferable to being paler. I continue to be surprised by Asian racism. To assume all Asians are the same, or that they can only come from one of two places is so wrong. Living now in Canada, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has brought to light much of the racism perpetrated upon natives. I find it so interesting and ashamed hearing about the many ways the Canadian and the US settler people have attempted genocide on the first nations.