1. What is your race?
I'm more-or-less biracial/black, although my ethnicity is Dominican. There's a wide range of phenotypes in my family; some more on the African side, others more on the European/Spanish side, and others somewhere in the middle. While there's also a minor, yet significant Indigenous-caribbean component within the Dominican gene pool, I don't think it's reflected in my appearance or that of many of my family members; the West African and Latin European components are the most apparent.
2. Do you feel that your race plays a major role in your self-image?
3. Do you relate more to members of your own race, or another race?
I feel a vague sense of kinship when around other Dominicans, but I can't say the same for other biracial people or Afro-diasporic populations. I generally don't think of people in terms of their race or ethnic identity...
4. How do you feel about being your particular race?
Nuetral...Although I find the idea of being from a society built upon generations of intermixing (like most of the rest of Latin America, Cape Verde, the Creoles of Louisiana, etc.) somewhat interesting from a historical perspective.
5. If a wizard insisted on transforming you into a race other than your own, but allowed you to pick the race, what would you be?
Maybe a Berber or Somali.