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  1. jackson9 says:

    I see Gary Peters and Tom Carper were confirmed. But Alan Faneca and Oscar Robertson weren’t? are they coming soon or did I not submit them correctly?

  2. LIAHtheoldertiti35 says:

    “De Sá” can be a Sephardic surname, yes or no, it was my great-grandmother’s name, from my grandfather, everything I know and that is from Portugal and at the same time can also be Jewish

  3. Johnsonades says:

    I see that Ethnicelebs have made changes to certain profiles of various personalities regarding wrongly assigned ethnicities after I have provided sources in their profile comment sections.

    However I can only see the changes they have made when I log in into my account. Once I log out I see the old version of the profiles with the old ethnicities. How is that?

  4. LIAHtheoldertiti35 says:

    https://ibb.co/XY828dW GUYS
    What is my grandmother’s other ethnicity
    She has white skin, but her eyes are like that, I don’t know if she is Asian or indigenous

    • jackson9 says:

      Your grandmother looks a mixture of Caucasian and indigenous if I was to guess. I recommend groups like guess my ethnicity on Facebook to you btw. People there are very passionate about guessing ethnicities of pictures.

      • jackson9 says:

        Or better yet can we please bring back ethnic connect? That was a great website!

        • LIAHtheoldertiti35 says:

          Good idea about ethinic connect :), my paternal family doesn’t say anything about it
          And she can really be indigenous
          Her father is white, maybe he is a descendant of indigenous people from Brazil
          I’m from the northeastern part of Brazil

      • andrew says:

        @LIAHtheoldertiti35

        Your grandma has not “white skin” lol, and looks part SSA (black), neither Asian/Indigenous.

        @bearboy

        You guessed wrongly this time.

        • jackson9 says:

          @Andrew, although I am bad at guessing you can’t say that conclusively that my guess was wrong, assuming you also don’t know @LIAHtheoldertiti35 grandmother. If she were to take a DNA test my guess is we would both be right (SSA + Indigenous) good to hear from you btw :-)

          • LIAHtheoldertiti35 says:

            I don’t know what SSA is
            And I would not doubt indigenous
            So, in black, my grandma is black, I don’t know, all I know is that my aunt on the maternal grandma’s side had afro hair
            And her father was brown, that is, mixed race of white with black
            Maybe I have African blood but distant
            And from my other grandfather too, maybe my great-great is black
            But I think that for me to have 100 African blood I should have been born with afro hair, or dark skin
            Because even my grandfather who is super white may have black relatives
            But those are the only ones I know
            The Portuguese really were racist at that time, so black / brown people who see themselves as Africans and of black origin, also have a white background, very confused, I hope you like that I told you a little about the immigration of people and miscegenation, many whites are part indigenous, very black too and many blacks are also white
            But it’s confusing because Brazil mixes a lot, and I’m pretty sure my blood is either 90 European or 80 because of the great European immigration they mixed with the slaves and the indigenous women, but there are groups that still have the indigenous traits and also those mixed with blacks and Europeans

          • passingtime85 says:

            SSA= sub Saharan African

            People usually use SSA to describe blacker people, that fit the classic image of person of the negroid race. North Africans typically resemble their Middle Eastern, West Asian cousins. That’s why people use MENA as an acronym for Middle East North Africa, because their phenotype is more closely related and similar, than that of the people south of the Sahara. Or they use WANA, West Asian North African.

            It’s not totally accurate though, many East Africans, south of the Sahara, have had genetic input from North Africa, West Asia, and India for thousands of years. That input has definitely changed their phenotype from their West African cousins. Most people tend to ignore that for some reason though, and just lump all SSAs together as one super group.

          • LIAHtheoldertiti35 says:

            ‘passingtime85″I understand, Africa is very old

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