Excerpt from In Your Face by Natasha Bakht. It reads: "Many individuals from a variety of minority communities have used Canadian laws to successfully serve their interests. They have become empowered to know, advocate, and advance human rights discourse for themselves and others. And in doing so, they have incrementally changed “neutral” assumptions in the workplace, in schools, and in the provision of services generally to further the broader goal of justice. Essentially, they have begun to change Canadian culture. For many Canadians, negotiating and renegotiating differences is simply a part of living with people from many different walks of life."