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Unformatted text preview: have seen their share of violence, and turmoil. I consider myself Caucasian. The reason I say this is because I am white. Although the one thing I don’t understand is that I come from a diverse background consisting of many nationalities. So why am I not considered any of these nationalities? This is where the true definition of race plays in. The physical characteristics of humans is what sets them apart from one another. The simple fact that I have white skin, I am labeled Caucasian. Many races have different roles in the world. I feel that black people are most discriminated against. People say that over the years they have become equal, but I feel it has only gotten worse. If my race was different I would still have the same virtues as I have always had: everyone is equal....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Hanlon during the Spring '08 term at North Shore Community College.
- Spring '08