Pinned Down

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As kids, we learn to internalize an identity that’s imposed on us. As adults, we learn to externalize our sense of belonging with objects or beliefs that define us. Identity is not a concept, which is rigidly static. As we gain in maturity, many of us will come to the realization that our immediate environment and individual life experiences have much more influences on us, as a person, than our racial and cultural backgrounds combined.