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    From Busta Capp@nospam@nospam.org to soc.culture.china,nyc.general,misc.immigration.usa,talk.politics.misc,alt.politics.nationalism.white on Sun Mar 21 19:09:10 2021
    From Newsgroup: nyc.general

    On Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 7:23:02 PM UTC-4, ltlee1 wrote:
    "Part of the problem, Margaret Chin says, is being perceived as “forever foreign.”

    Margaret Chin still gets the creeps when she thinks about the man who
    walked up behind her in the New York subway and whispered, “Go home.” She already was home. Chin was born in the city, grew up in a low-income
    housing project in Manhattan, studied hard, got into Harvard, earned a doctorate at Columbia, and is now a sociology professor at Hunter College
    of the City University of New York. But in the eyes of some people, she
    says, she will be “forever foreign.”

    Absolutely correct

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  • From Byker@byker@do~rag.net to soc.culture.china,nyc.general,misc.immigration.usa,talk.politics.misc,alt.politics.nationalism.white on Mon Mar 22 12:01:12 2021
    From Newsgroup: nyc.general

    "Busta Capp" wrote in message news:hMudnUHEp5y6fcr9nZ2dnUU7-RfNnZ2d@earthlink.com...

    On Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 7:23:02 PM UTC-4, ltlee1 wrote:
    "Part of the problem, Margaret Chin says, is being perceived as “forever >> foreign.”

    Absolutely correct

    After a visit to a plastic surgeon to get her eyes
    unslanted she just might "pass" for White...

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