T. McCrory ETH 125 Week 3

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Timothy McCrory ETH/125 Ethnic Groups and Discrimination Timothy McCrory ETH/125 Instructor Darlene Kembel October 23, 2011
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Timothy McCrory ETH/125 The ethnic group I belong to is White American. White Americans are people of the United States who consider themselves “White.” White people can be defined as having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. For example, I am considered White American because of the genetics I acquire, which are of Pennsylvania Dutch and German. Many White Americans immigrated to the United States from Europe and Britain (England), but several claim British as their ancestry. However, White Americans not only immigrated, but also colonized in America, which at the time was not a country yet. As a result of White Americans immigrating and colonizing they faced prejudice and racism. For instance, White Americans and Blacks were prejudice toward one another, but Blacks were not the only ones prejudice toward White Americans because people from the same ethnic group were prejudice and racist
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