What am I to call myself?

I am a white man with Native American blood, but I am not white enough to call myself Albino although fairly close. My heart is saying that I belong more to the land than to the people around me. What is the best way to combine my appearance, my heart, and my blood to identify myself?
Asked Nov 11, 2012
I think Albino is more a rare pigment disease than a race. So you are a pale white man with Native American heritage....in my neck of the woods, we just call that normal. Are you Native American through your parents or grandparents? Or is it further back in your family? My husband is 1/3 Sioux or Cherokee from his maternal grandfather. He just classifies himself as a good ol' southern American boy. You sound like a Spiritualist or a Naturalist type of person, but that is a personality and not a race. You should label yourself in whatever way makes you happiest.
Answered Aug 25, 2013
Depends. How much infian blood do u have in u? Bt really u cn take whtever race u wnt. Ive seen some native american girls tht cn pass for and they claim they are native american. So whtever.
Answered Aug 27, 2013
Say "I am a person". If you feel the need to be identified choose what makes you happiest. Race doesn't make a person. Honestly it doesn't matter much. I am 1/4 Irish and 1/8 German and 1/8 Scottish from my Mom's side. From my dad's side I am 1/4 Native American and 1/4 African American. So half ethnic, half European basically. I identify myself as a person.
Answered Jan 14, 2014

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