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I am a diasporic African of Canadian nationality of Afro-American and Caribbean ancestry. This includes black West African, Scottish and probably a whole bunch of other crap I don't know about because slavery and rape.0
I'm half Cuban but I'm also a quarter French and a quarter polish Canadian so I can identify as white, mixed, or Latin and I choose Latin because I think white is a disservice to my heritage and I could choose mixed but I don't know or have had many cultural experiences with French culture other than being arrogant sometimes and then with Canadian culture a lot of people tell me I'm friendly so I don't know if that counts lol. Either way I've had the most relation with my Latin roots2
Born & raised a 4th generation American, ... ethnic heritage Eastern European Prussian, Russian, Polish...
there your sur name was the village you were near or your profession.
My paternal sur name ethnically was 'Chojnicki' and my great grandparents worked at the 'Chojnick' castle, now part of Poland.0
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German and Swedish mostly. Lesser amounts of Irish and French.
The last of my ancestors I have direct lineage to immigrated to North America prior to WW1, and after the Franco-Prussian war. The earliest arrived just in time to fight in the US civil war.0
I don’t have an original nationality or Heritage because my mom was a a whore like to get pregnant by Radom men in order to go on welfare. And my grandmother was a prostitute. So I don't know who my grandfather is either. so it’s impossible for me to have a land of origin since I’m so much of a mut0
Nationality British origin Irish ( and no it's not the same lol )81
I'm American. Though I kinda wish I was born in the Netherlands. I'd probably be tall and happy, at least. I disagree with Dutch politics and everything being so damn far-left and Socialist, but at least they're happy with it.20
Lithuanian on my mothers side, grand parents immigrated from there in 1910 .
Fathers side UK, Irish, British, Welsh, Scottish immigrated in the late 1600's.
On my fathers side, in the 1700 and 1800's had relatives that were slave owners in Mississippi and Alabama, so I have some sub Saharan African DNA mixed in as well.0
I'm African-American and in Bronx New York Born and Raised on the video games is where I spent most of my days10
African American for the most part. Great Grandparents were half Native American/Jewish/Caucasian. I don't know the full ancestry. Never really cared to check20
I am English but Italian. born in oxfordshire and raised in america by sicilian grandparents 🇮🇹20
I can tell some who are born in a certain part of the world would not talk about their actual heritage, so Im guessing when they say they are "American" they are either "Native" or something else, did not come via the Mayflower or and sea faring vessel from any world to Ellis Island and just landed here...0
Canadian and my heritage is American, but if you go further back before the 1600s in the "old country", my heritage is mostly French, German and English with a little bit of Dutch and Welsh. It's a patchwork of nonsense. lol0
My nationality is American and my heritage is Southern20
Im born in america and black as a white man can be (my black friends literally call me the n word lol, talk about acceptance) but here's some of the family blood: my mom is from Taiwan and has ditch blood and my dads family was from Canada and britain before that and can be tracked all the way back to when they fought under the Stuarts banner against Dutch William.0
Portuguese, Italian, Egyptian, French and Native American (I know I'm very mixed)10
My nationality is the usa
My heritage comes from England, Germany, Russia and Norway.10
I was born in American. I have only ever lived in America. My ancestors immigrated from Finland and The Netherlands.20
Euro mutt. British, Scottish, French, German and Bohemian (at least it was Bohemia at the time, and it sounds good, so sticking with it)20
Haitian, French, and Cuban heritage and American nationality20
Ancestry is mostly Spanish, Portuguese, Basque, French, and Ashkenazi Jewish. A TINY BIT of Finnish, Italian, Greek, Arab, and some kind of Slavic.
Ethnicity is Hispanic.
Nationality is Mexican, but raised in the USA.10
Canadian, as far as I know I'm mostly English/Irish, but there is some Romanian in there on my mom's side0
My nationality is Polish, heritage is mostly German, Polish and Dutch.10
A confusing mess, with relatives distant and near all over the place, and a lineage that is hopelessly entangled.
For example: a Hungarian father who was born in Yugoslavia, an Austrian mother who was born in Czechoslovakia and who may actually have been a French Jew, and I (along with my two brothers and sister) were born in England. We have (or had) relatives in Canada, the U. S., Australia, all over Europe, and about the only places we're not connected to are Africa and Antarctica.
It's no wonder I don't have a single nationalistic/patriotic bone in my body, and see myself as a citizen of the world and not some silly tribe.