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The idea of "race" is an attempt to divide humanity according to skin color. In reality, we are not separate groups of people; we are much more alike than we are different. The definition has changed over time- for example: In the past, Irish people were considered a separate race that was "inferior" to the British and other Europeans. Latinos/Hispanics were not always considered a distinct race, this "new category" had to be created more recently. Some people don’t fit into any racial category- for example: Some people, such as Filipinos or North Africans, are of mixed ancestry and find it impossible to identify with a so-called "race" Our DNA shows that we all- can trace our DNA to the oldest human remains that have been found in Africa, no matter what "race" we are.
I know I need to construct it better. Is it good enough?
I am writing about me, African not African American.
When it is time for any standardized test I can’t find my category.