I was born and raised in Mexico. I have dual (Mex/USA) nationality, due to the fact that my mother's American born.
I was brought up to accept people for who they are, not their race, so to me it was a big shock when I came in contact with racism in the beginning.
Here in the US, because of my Mexican half, I've been called lazy, stupid, etc. It's bad, but I've actually learned to ignore it.
I've a certificate as a secretary, CNA, have worked as a cook, cashier, stocker, translator, and have a License to practice Clinical Psychology.
Probably what ticks me off the most is the fact that I can't work as a Psychologist in this country because it's a Mexican degree and according to all the universities I've checked out, not even the BA will transfer because it's "just not the same quality of education" :!!!: :!!!:
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanyway, racial diversity rules!! :cheering: