An Essay On What They Call Us

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An Essay On What They Call Us

An essay about the illusion of race in America. According to anthropologists, there is only one race – the human race. A “must read” for anyone interested in race relations in America.A SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR THE PROBLEM OF RACE IN AMERICAAn essay about the illusion of race in America. According to anthropologists, there is only one race – the human race. However, slavery in America was uniquely based on skin color and ancestral heritage. In America, the creation of racial divisions and the redefinition and separation of people according to visible differences has created a unique form of racism, with profound and lingering consequences. This essay provides a historical perspective of the journey of Africans to America and the transition of these people over the evolution of America. More importantly, it considers the history, evolution and difficulty about what Africans and their descendants in America have been called over time. It questions the validity of racial divisions and the motivations of those who use race to divide Americans. Finally, it calls for action by Americans to confront the illusion of race, specifically calling for a proactive approach to the 2020 U.S. Census. A “must read” for anyone interested in race relations in America.

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