Look How The Faces Of America Are Changing And How The New American Nation Looks Like

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The New York’s photograph Martin Schoeller, known like portrait photograph, get this incredible idea to take a photos of the faces of new American Nation. He called the project “The changing face of America”. He started his project in 2010, when actually races began to mix and there wasn’t the big border between them.

People from the mixed marriages, accepted their background and they have not problem to talk about it. On the other side, the world too has accepted the new American Nation look. It is kind a normal thing just like the one race marriage was in 90’s.

And what is intriguing on the changing face of America? You will see the Korean eyes  with Afro Hair or big “Black” lips on a “White” face. These are new looks of people in America, derived from mixing races, nationalities and cultures.

SELF-ID: multiracial/“I check every box.” 

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SELF-ID: Mexican and Saudi

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SELF-ID: mostly Filipino and black

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of these new American faces raised for 32% from 2000 year till now. The initiative was launched by frustrated people, who don’t agree with the race separation just on five races: red, white, black, yellow and brown.

SELF-ID: Chinese and Jewish/Caucasian

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SELF-ID: Chinese, Indonesian, German, Polish, Welsh

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People of “new American Nation” have a problem to categorize themselves and they often categorize themselves influenced by religion, history, politics and geography. Very often, they introduce themselves depending on where they are. For example, half African, half Korean man, introduce himself like African in Africa, but Korean in Korea.

SELF-ID: American

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SELF-ID: African American, Native American, white, and Jewish 

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SELF-ID: “A little of everything”

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PARENTS’ ID FOR HER: Korean and Hispanic, she is 3 year old

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SELF-ID: half Chinese, quarter Swedish, quarter French

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SELF-ID: Trinidadian American/colored

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SELF-ID: mixed race/multiracial

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SELF-ID: biracial/“human being”

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Some of these “multicultural” people thing that their background is a gift and curse in the same time. What do you thing about that?

SELF-ID: black and Asian/Korean and African American

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SELF-ID: African American and German/multiracial

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