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Ethnically Ambiguous
July 5, 2011

The other day I saw a request from a video producer for “ethnically ambiguous” models. I thought to myself, “What does that mean?”. It then occurred to me that my own children could be put in that category, being that I am a Heinz 57 mix, and their father is from Nicaragua. Doesn’t “ethnically ambiguous” mean that you can look at a person, and not be able to tell where they are from originally? Then my kids qualify. And I think that’s the direction that the majority of kids in the United States are going too! We are the mixing pot of the world – because the United States attracts people from all of the countries of the world because of its offer of Independence. Many countries around the world do not offer that to their people, so the United States is an enticing country.  The races of the world keep mixing and mixing and the children are gaining a new perspective about themselves and the world – we’re ONE world! Diversity!

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