Unformatted text preview: race that it says on some genetic test. Some individuals will identify themselves with more than one race, which is perfectly fine. The author argues that it is very difficult to determine the exact race of a person by doing a genetic test. The U.S. Census Bureau allows citizens to choose the race that they want to be, even if they want to belong to more than one race. James Olson agrees with this because he says that a person is the one that should be able to choose what race or races they want to be part of, not because of genetics, but because they feel like they belong in that group....
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- Spring '10
- Native Americans in the United States, U.S. Census Bureau, James Olson