Love is the what
And almost all of the rest of us are too! That's the part that amazes me - current inhabitants of the continent forgetting that we are almost all immigrants only a short while ago in the bigger picture. Your moving to the U.S. may be more recent, but it's all the same!
jenny_o, you're so right!
We are all migrants. All our ancestors originated, long ago, in the same spot in Africa. We are family.
Sabine, exactly, and race is actually an extremely minor scientific distinction, as my biologist husband always points out.
Simple yet powerful
Candice, hey there!
Congratulations. You made a great choice. Not everyone had such options. Doing genealogy research with a friend one day, she asked how I felt about some of my ancestors having been enslaved. Speaking on their behalf, and wondering if the male from Scotland was indentured, not that it mattered, I told her, "I had to get here somehow." An Anglo male bought and wed an enslaved woman, and here I am. The McDaniels and the Armstrongs have a rich history that we are proud of. Our reunions look like a mini United Nations.
Limner, I'd love to see pictures of your united nations. I bet it's a beautiful sight.
And how I wish I could immigrate yet again and away from here...
e, i suspect you are not alone in that wish right now.
If this isn't an Internet meme, it should be!
Steve, you can make your own meme at IAmAnImmigrant.com. Other than Native Americans, we're all immigrants, really.
I'm 1st generation. English was my second language outside of my home.... Throughout history each type of immigrant was hated upon their arrival here.... history just keeps repeating itself. I am also 1st generation that hasn't experienced a war on my homeland..... yet.... Trump might change that