An Autographical Analysis and the Influences of Race in My Community

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An Autographical Analysis and the Influences of Race in My Community
The following discussion presents an autobiographical research paper that analyzes the influences of race as it relates to my community of Brooklyn, New York. Ultimately, discussion leads to insights concerning how human interactions in my community of Brooklyn have been racialized.
How Members of Brooklyn Look
Brooklyn is a community of great ethnic and racial diversity. Although non-Hispanic Whites make up the largest demographic group at approximately half of the population, one-third of the population is Black and the rest are primarily Hispanic and Asian with some mixed race people as well (Brooklyn New York, 2010). So, to answer the question of whether people in my...
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