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Weegy: Race is heavily connected to the categorization of human bodies that are deemed 'similar' in certain ways. [ The ideology of race evolved from the perception that there were innate biological differences between people of different skin colors and places, that- indeed- there were no ancestors common to all of humanity. All of the 'science' around this idea has been discredited. Ethnicity has to do with culture: a group of people with shared meanings, languages, foods, etc. ] (More)
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The three stripes on Adidas clothing represents: TRADEMARK.

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