ETH 125 Ethnic Groups Discrimination

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ETH 125  Ethnic Groups and Decimation  The question is often asked,” what Ethnic Group I belong to.”  I have had many people ask if I  was Jamaican, Dominican and even half Asian.  My father is African-American and my mother  is Caucasian.   I feel that being mixed with a number of nationalities is a great benefit to me.  I  come from a long line a beautiful Kings and Queens that had powerful empire; thus same  people withstood salary and still remain strong. During 1600’s African tribesmen and their families were taken were their homeland and forced  onto large vessels.  This journey at sea would take their innocent live into a whole new world.  The men, women and children were aboard for months surviving horrendous living conditions.  Many people died during the journey due to illness and starvation.  Once the men and women  reach the new land; they were separated and sold off to the highest bidder.  Their Salve  Masters would size them up like cattle; looking for the biggest and strong to work their land. In 1860 there were an estimated 3.5 million African Slaves in the United States.  About three 
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Jameshenderson during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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