If you’re answering by color, it could be race of family, or ethnicity of neighbors (i.e a white suburb may be more racially cosmopolitan than a black one). Or the answer is one of multiple ethnicities that you may have.
Do people speak a single dialect? Most dialects are actually quite diverse (and the language is a huge determinant of whether or not that’s true). A more common, but less interesting answer is: “Who?” (with whites usually representing the majority of people). That answers the question to a large extent, but it has a couple problems: people who speak a single language may be more homogeneous/same; people from other ethnicities could have been living as strangers to one another for generations; and it means that a lot of people live out-of-state. (See “Which race is more ethnically diverse?” above for a discussion of how to approach this.)
It’s also a way to define what race is. For example: “What does it mean to be black?” is “what does it mean to be ‘African American’? “A lot of people ask us, “What is it about being black that makes you different from other peoples?” or “How can you explain ‘nigger’ to someone who doesn’t consider ‘nigger’ to be an ethnically loaded word? ”
It’s a convenient way to get into a person’s head, and it can really get people’s hopes up that they might not need to actually talk to you about their race. Or maybe they will.
If one person is talking about a “culture” of a people, or if you’re just describing the ethnicities of a region, ask them who they live with (and where).
People who are unfamiliar with a racial group will have no idea what the meaning is. They might know it’s a certain color, but no one knows what that means to people who don’t have that color in common.
The “who” section is often used as a “who you are” question.
How do people define themselves? You might ask a person what race they are first, and later ask them if they have a racial group (if someone says “white” you might ask how many of them identify as white).
Or, instead of “who do you consider yourself to be?” ask “what do you consider yourself?”, a way to get to the heart (or guts) of who they are. If
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