By Jason Jett
“…You don’t know where you’re going, and where this adventure will lead you.”
“There is no racism in hash,” said David Jamieson, owner of Yacht Help Fiji, while welcoming into the fold this new hasher in Nadi, Fiji last March. “In hash, everyone is equal.”
An African-American writer stranded by the pandemic in Fiji, I am very familiar with racism – a stain on the very fabric of society in the United States.
Overhearing the conversation, an Aussie expat interjected, “Australia . . .