Defining Race and Ethnicity

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Defining Race and Ethnicity Nathan Elam Wilkerson III ETH/125 July 8, 2010 Trina Hines 1
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The terms race to me is not the color of an individuals skin tone or even their nationality. I feel that the world we live in today has become to adjusted to the whole color thing of a person. To me it is either male or female. When I am asked for the color of the skin I do not say black or even African American or Hispanic, White, or even Caucasian. For me this is a big race issue and it should’ve been stopped before it got to far out of hand. As for Ethnicity it is the difference of two different color of people or nationality either dating or in a marriage
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Unformatted text preview: together as one. To me this should not even be a word or even a standard for the whole world. If you love an individual and the two of you are happy then that should and is a sufficient enough reason to be together. To put a color or even a race to two peoples relationship is considered to me, as racist and it should not be allowed. If their was a way to eliminate all types of questions asking for your race I myself would do it. And I feel that no matter what we do in this world that we will never see eye to eye on anything as one. 2...
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