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By Joseph Lamour
People of color are often asked, "What kind of ____ are you?" in relation to their ethnicity. It's quite a different question than "Where are you from?"
Example: A Korean-American is asked which country in Asia they're from. Or they're asked, "What kind of Asian are you?"
Doesn't that kind of sound like someone is asking what brand they are? Even if it doesn't to you, it's quite a loaded question — one that Alex Dang ponders above.