What makes me 'Black'? Is it the color of my skin or my geographical location?
- JackolanternLv 7hace 3 semanas
Your original nationality and or race. And your DNA.
- marzmargs12Lv 6hace 1 mes
Chromosomes give you hair skin and eye colour.
- lenpol7Lv 7hace 1 mes
The colour of your skin AND the fact that you may exhibit other African characteristics e.g. Everted lips ; Crinkly hair ; longer limbs(arms/legs) than Caucasians(Whites) and Mongoloids (Asiatics/Chinese)
Many people from other parts of the world e.g. India are dark skinned but are NOT 'black' because they do not exhibit other African characteristics.
There are four main ethnic groups, viz, Neg-roids(Black), Caucasoids (White) , Mongoloids(Asiatics) and Australoids( Australian Aboriginees).
Each group exhibits different physical & neurological characteristics.
There is also at the geographic interface of the groups a large degree of DNA/biological mixing.
I leave you to investigate the differences , starting in Wikipedia'.
- PhilLv 6hace 1 mes
why would your geographical region make you "black" ?
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- PearlLv 7hace 2 meses
its the color of your skin
- DavonteLv 5hace 2 meses