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Trinidad & Tobago: The Question of Race

“I feel that a person loses a bit of who he or she is internally by having to limit themselves by that one word. And it can be quite a burden to live up to. And with the growing group of interracial individuals who identify with more than one group, I believe that having that question on applications is obsolete”: A diaspora writer blogs at Outlish about “the incessant need to make our racial or ethnic background our definite identification”.

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