Ethnicity and Race
The occupational identity could just be assumed without knowing its potential danger to the American community. Richmond argues that these identities led to divisions even in the olden days. In the seventeenth century, the American population, however, assumed all other forms of identities, such as religion, ethnicity, occupation and more and considered race as the only form of identity. The article addresses the tragedy of “mixed-race” people, as well as, the young black people in America.