University of Iowa

Authored by Grant Bogdanove

8/27/2015

Student Reflections on Race and Ethnicity: Being a Half-Breed in a Homogenous Society and How to Deal with It

In an increasingly global society, biracial marriages are, for the most part, accepted. Because of the diversity within the United States, most Americans are accustomed to not only seeing, but interacting with biracial individuals. In my case, I traveled to a country where there are strict laws that hinder immigration and an overarching notion that the gene pool is pure and must not be diluted.
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