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- April 7, 2001 at 12:00 am #10361
I’ve always wondered why it’s so common in America to use labels like ‘African American’ and ‘Asian American’. If you’re American, you’re American, and if you were born somewhere else you have a different nationality. I appreciate that it shows which country or continent your family is from, but it seems to segregate people even more.
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