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Choose one: Law and the Creation of Racial Identity

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2-4-2021 12:40 PM

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2-4-2021 1:50 PM

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Early analysis of ongoing research on first generation middle class English-speaking Caribbean immigrants living in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. reveals that governments are complicit in forcing individuals to choose their racial identity based on available categories. Study participants discuss the process by which they use the available categories on government forms to create their racial identities.

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Choose one: Law and the Creation of Racial Identity

Early analysis of ongoing research on first generation middle class English-speaking Caribbean immigrants living in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. reveals that governments are complicit in forcing individuals to choose their racial identity based on available categories. Study participants discuss the process by which they use the available categories on government forms to create their racial identities.