Where you are from is not the same as what ethnicity are you.Those are two different questions. In which case, answering with ( taking me for example ) I'm a Black American as opposed to Liberian and a quarter Ivorian are two different things. I wasn't born in Liberia or the Ivory Coast, but my parents were and thus I take on their ethnicity.Ethnicity: a socially defined category of people who identify with each other based on common ancestral, social, cultural or national experienceNationality: the status of belonging to a particular nation
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