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Unformatted text preview: I can not say I have learned anything about my race. My grandmother tells me about her grandmother and her great grandmother and so on. I can never keep up, because she mentions Cubans, Russians, and Cherokee Indians. How can I possibly learn about everybody? Their great mixes made me, and with out sounding ignorant I would rather not complicate my life with titles, and labels. My nationality is BONITA. It is a great mix of a little of everything. I prefer not to identify with one any race. However, my skin dark, and my hair is long yet hoarse. I believe the United States is ready for what ever the future may hold. The migrations of ethnicity have already begun. Some people may be stubborn to the idea of change. However, they can not guarantee their children will think the same way. The most helpful thing I learned was about Latinos. I was one of the many Americans that categorized them all in the same group, and after researching the issues that is not the case....
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course AXIA COLLE com 220, e taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10