Though I am sure that I sure my ancestors are not from this country

Though I am sure - Though I am sure that I sure my ancestors are not from this country I don't know what ethnic group I would relate too because I

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Though I am sure that I sure my ancestors are not from this country, I don’t know what ethnic group I would relate too, because I am not sure how to a 100% factor of where they would have came from. Though if I had to relate to one group it would have to be the one side I know about that would be the German side. My reasoning is this is the only ethnic group I can absolutely be sure I am. This is the only part of my ethnicity my parents and I have ever discussed. The Germans that did migrate here would have faced the same racism at first all the people who migrated to the United States. Back in the time when I believe my ancestors came to America everyone was a little mean to everyone. I really have never heard many racist things about the Germans. Though when I look back at the way the Germans or those who have associated with the German culture seem as though they are very racist. During World War 2 is when their biggest racist acts took place, though it was mainly with the Jewish people, there were other groups in which they tried to exterminate
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course CJS 101 taught by Professor Babalo during the Spring '11 term at Averett Unversity.

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