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Real Talk on Race: Thank you for being real

As our special series comes to an end, we'd like to say thanks to those who shared their stories on our platforms, gave their insight and feedback before the series launched and everyone who participated in the project as guests, contributors and engaged audience members.

CBC Montreal series explored personal conversations and experiences around race in the city

Real Talk on Race producer Nantali Indongo, right, and journalist Melissa Fundira. (Melinda Dalton/CBC)

It's been an intense two weeks of Real Talk on Race! 

Thank you to everyone who shared their stories on our platforms, gave their insight and feedback before the series launched, and everyone who participated in the project as guests, contributors and engaged audience members.

As one colleague said to us: "This is the project that keeps on giving!"

But the conversation doesn't end here. We want to hear your thoughts on the series as well as your ideas on what stories you'd like to hear.

You can send us a message at webquebec@cbc.ca, tweet us @CBCMontreal or share your thoughts on CBC Montreal's Facebook page.

And if you missed any parts of the series, you can catch up on our page dedicated to Real Talk on Race. 

CBC Montreal asked people of different racial backgrounds what is was like to be them in Montreal. We then asked them to share a moment when they were treated differently because of their racial identity. 1:32

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