Quotes about ethnicity
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Five of the best book quotes about ethnicity
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“We have come to realize in modern times that the ‘melting pot’ need not mean the end of particular ethnic identities or traditions.”
John F. Kennedy
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A Nation of Immigrants
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melting pot
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“In general, a prosperous people. Farm ranchers, most of them, they are outdoor folk of very varied stock—German, Irish, Norwegian, Mexican, Japanese.”
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“Maybe at birth everyone should be given to a family of a different race to be raised. Maybe that would solve racism once and for all.”
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“She pulled it out of the way and started to say sorry—but it was that stupid Asian kid, and he frowned when he saw that it was her.”
Eleanor Douglas
Park Sheridan
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″‘Then again, you could always just stick with half English and half Israeli, since—’ ‘I’M AMERICAN!’ I shouted. My mother blinked. From the corner of the room where he was looking at the pictures in a magazine, Bird muttered, ‘No, you’re not. You’re Jewish.‘”

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