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For the first time, racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half the children born in the U.S.
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I never considered myself a minority, not even in my native Europe, just because Caucasians outnumbered other ethnicities/ethnic groups...
Thank you, +Thomas Douglas, I'm from Brussels, Belgium, I live in the US since 1994 (age 13). Now I'm 31. I never really thought too much about skin colour, it's people who bring up that stuff.
My mother has visited Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland for her work, I don't think that she felt racism... She felt it in my native Belgium, I didn't feel it too much. I really don't care. I'd like to visit your country. Maybe we can connect.
Yes, thanks, and you check out my page, and you can add/circle me if you want. I love Irish music.
Thank you, +Kevin Barwell , that's what I mean, I hate that word. Already I don't consider myself "coloured" or "of colour".
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