Ancestry.com is a blessing. The race Negro,Black and now African American doesn't apply to every brown skin person without an accent. I knew that my grandparents were mixed on both sides. My research on ancestry has help me lean that my one of my grandparents came to the U.S. from Spain and two more were 100% American Indian. Before the 40's they were Mulatto.I was always different and this site allowed me to discover who and what my ancestors were and were not. The U.S. is insane to think that if you are 1% African that you are Black. What do I categorize myself now that I know I have zero African ancestors?? How about tri-racial? 'Thank you Ancestry.com
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