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increased interest by white americans in their ethnic background was spurred on by what? the war on poverty? or several major ethnic motion pictures? or increased consciousness of african americans?
Or the prejudice against blacks, hispanics, and other non-white groups?
Increased interest by White Americans in their ethnic background was spurred on by: increased consciousness of African Americans
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symbolic ethnicity.
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Ecclesia
This is the nominative singular form of the Latin noun.
Also, the Christian Church


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