My family heritage is very blessed with diversity with my Grandmother having Navajo and my Grandfather having a Moroccan Great Grandfather (who by the way is the only person in the family with whom I share my brown eyes), the legal surveys of what nationality are you confuse me. I appear simply "white" but yet my genealogy details my diverse background. What am I?
More importantly, is it time to move beyond categories of nationality? Hasn't society progressed to get rid of these barriers? Aren't we now promoting categories by continuing to ask these questions? Should the walls come down and should the questions simply be male/female, disabled, veteran?
What are your thoughts?
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