Who will fill out this interview for me about your race & culture?

  1. What is your race, ethnic group, and cultural background?
  2. Have you ever been the target of racism?
  3. What are some of your racial and/or cultural customs?
  4. What are the food favorites in your culture?
  5. What is the role of extended family in your race?
  6. In America, do you believe that there is fairness and faith in the criminal justice system?
  7. Please tell me briefly about your understanding of race relations in America.
  8. (optional) have the race relations been better since obama came into office?
Answer #1
  1. I’m German, I live in Germany. I’m pale. My hair is dark brown and straight.

  2. Yes, in Great Britain, someone told me I was an evil nazi, bacause I have a German accent. I thought that was weird. I’m born 1981. I consider myself social-liberal when it comes to politics.

  3. I’m not really attached to local customs. I’m atheist where most people are catholic.

  4. Wurst. Beer. Potatoes. Lots of different sorts of bread. We use to cook a lot by ourselves. That is, buying raw veggies and meat at a farm shop and build our own food from the ‘spare parts’. But we occasionally do visit Mc Donalds, too. ;-)

  5. What’s an extended family? Do you mean aunts, uncles, cousins and everyone? We meet when somebody marries and when somebody dies. I see my close relatives (parents, brother, parents-in-law, sister-in-law, niece, nephew) at least once every week. We help each other, we vist, my mom watches my kids when I work.

  6. I don’t know American justice. I just know what my newspaper tells me. European media tell us that American justice is unfair towards anyone who is not considered white. We also get a big header in every newspaper whenever ‘american innocence project’ proves that a guy in the death-row is innocent. Maybe I’m biased for that reason, but I really think that death-sentence should be abolished in any civilized country.

  7. I don’t get you people: In America, Colin Powell is considered black. The man is paler than many white people. Maria Carey is considered black. Hey, I wouldn’t notice if I met her on the street. It seems to me, that a guy with 7 great-grandparents white and 1 great-granddad black is still considered black in your country. I think this entire race-scheme is absurd. There aren’t too many white/ black/ latin/ asian people in America. Most of you are mixed-race. I really don’t see why everyone is trying to keep those artificial categories.

  8. I really don’t know.

Answer #2
  1. I am German and Cherokee 2.No… kinda weird
  2. I celebrate Christmas, Easter, New Years, Halloween ext… 4.I like Chinese food???
  3. I know my grandparents and greatgrandparents???
  4. I don’t know 7.very well
Answer #3
  1. What is your race, ethnic group, and cultural background? -Martian
  2. Have you ever been the target of racism? -Yes. People have thought I was green, have antennae, and the rumours continue.
  3. What are some of your racial and/or cultural customs? -We slaughter viral rhinitis’. They’re way too abundant.
  4. What are the food favorites in your culture? -Zea mays. It’s yellow, delicious and is very easy to kill and capture.
  5. What is the role of extended family in your race? -My definition of ‘Extended family’ might be different from yours. Do you think it means the family the grew up to 10’5” tall? If so, I can most definitely answer this question.
  6. In America, do you believe that there is fairness and faith in the criminal justice system? -You mean to say, are police non-lazy and do they NOT eat doughnut all day, sitting on their patooties? I’ve said too much already.
  7. Please tell me briefly about your understanding of race relations in America. -Briefly about your understanding of race relations in America. This question was easy. NEXT!
  8. (optional) have the race relations been better since obama came into office? -Derf
Answer #4
  1. What is your race, ethnic group, and cultural background? I am Irish, German, Czech, Austrian, and Scottish.
  2. Have you ever been the target of racism? Ha, no. I’m pure white.
  3. What are some of your racial and/or cultural customs? Don’t really have any. Haha, at least I don’t think.
  4. What are the food favorites in your culture? Weiner schnitzels, just kidding. This is a beverage, but Guinness is great beer. Whoohoo for being Irish!
  5. What is the role of extended family in your race? Not too sure what the hell this means.
  6. In America, do you believe that there is fairness and faith in the criminal justice system? F*ck no!
  7. Please tell me briefly about your understanding of race relations in America. I understand that more and more white women are giving birth to mixed babies because people think it’s cool. I understand that spanish is now probably the highest spoken language.
  8. (optional) have the race relations been better since obama came into office? No, Obama is a f*cking idiot in my opinion. He’s far more white than he is black, I mean do you really think he’d have been put into office if he had ‘black’ charachteristics? For example, the big lips and everything, not trying to sound bad, Im saying this in honesty. If he talked in gangster slang and had a darker skin tone I don’t believe he’d be where he is.
Answer #5

1.Slightly Oriental-mixed European-Semitic (based on my father´s documents.)

  1. Yes, Portugeuse are horrible covert racists and even persecute European foreigners.
  2. Greater patience, studiousness, pride, and morality, as well as courage.
  3. Dumpling dishes
  4. Important, but my paternal relatives have stopped corresponding with me since something happened to my father.
  5. Originally the Anglo-Saxon segment wanted to dominate, other immigrants changed the economic balance and with that, attitudes /. Yes, no doubt.
Answer #6
  1. I am german and english
  2. Not that im aware of, occasionaly ill be made fun of for being white
  3. I celebrate most holidays, eg, christmas, haloween, easter, birthdays …
  4. I love sour croute, its my favourite
  5. I dont see my extended family very much .. so im not to sure
  6. not at all!
  7. I’ve always thought that we should be treated 100% equal
Answer #7

1 I have many, the two domminent ones are arabic and spanish 2 yes I have 3 We celebrate differant holidays and fast for a month during ramadan 4 Im in love w/ Baklava and anything spicy 5 My extended family is dead sorry. 6 Not always. a lot of times a middle eastern person will come into the court room and automatically be put into the catagory of a terrorist. We are checked more on airlines, and our religious customs are put aside. 7You mean like how we’re all supposed to be fair?

Answer #8

I take it you only need americans..?

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