Participant 1: I don’t know how to word this, but I guess, um, since we’re dealing with sensitive data, how confidential is the data once a person of colour has given information? Are they taking that information and comparing it with people of different races? And if so, how so? Once a person of colour has to disclose the information, are they taking that data [...] and then making it more beneficial for people that are of African descent, or people of colour?
Facilitator: Good question, yes. Excellent question. [...] I mean, that question is definitely relevant for us, you know, being that we are all of African Nova Scotia descent. Not only are they taking that data, [but] are they just kind of checking it, or are they actually using that data to create a more holistic environment, [so victims can] engage without feeling that we’re the victim and we’re being in a position that we’re being accused at the same time.