10 Ethnic Backgrounds people around the World lie about being apart of

White – Arabs, Indians, Nonwhite Latinos
Arab – East Africans, Somalis, and Ethiopians
Jamaican- Africans and Haitians
Native American- White Americans, Black American, Dominican Republic
Spaniard- Nonwhite Latinos
Black American-African Immigrants
Afro Brazillian – White Brazillians
Jewish-Europeans,Africans, Hebrew Israelites
Mixed, Mulatto- Full Blooded Blacks

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Top Cultural Influencing Countries

1. America – Movies, Music, Food
2. Japan- Anime, Video games, jpop
3. South Korea-Kpop Korean Dramas
4. Uk- Music, Clothing
5. India- Bollywood
6. Nigeria – Nollywood, Music
7. Turkey – TV Series
8. Brazil – Novelas
9. Mexico – Novelas
10. Egypt – Dramas

Suburban Blacks vs Ghetto Blacks

Suburban Blacks = 40%

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Positives of Suburban Blacks
1. Smart educated, live a lifestyle similar to Middle or Upper Middle Class White people
2. Very peaceful
3. More studius and hard working
4. More likely to associate with people from other races.

Examples-Obamas, Cosby Show, Fresh Prince, Family Matters

 

Negatives
1. Considered to be weak
2. The men are not seen as masculine.
3. Seen as boring

Ghetto Blacks = 60%

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Positives of Ghetto Blacks

1. Colorful, very expressive, interesting
2. Very good at dancing
3. Talented musicians
4. Very good athletes
5. Dont care

 

Negatives
1. Violent
2. Lazy
3. Anti Intellectual
4. NonBlacks are terrified of them.
5. Terrible family structure

 

 

20 Prettiest Afrobeats Artists

  1. Vanessa Mdee – Tanzania

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2. Tiwo Savage – Nigeria

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3. Dj. Cuppy- Nigeria

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4. Babes Wodumo – South Africa

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5. Eazzy – Ghana

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6. Lola Rae -Nigeria

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7. Sheyi Seyi-Nigeria

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8. Dija – Nigeria

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9. Munachi-Nigeria

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10. Yemi Alade – Nigeria

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11. Tomi Agape- Nigeria

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12. Simi – Nigeria

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13. Waje – Nigeria

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14. Bucie – South Africa

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15. Cynthia Morgan-Nigeria

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16. La Sauce-South Africa

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17. Aya Nakamura -Cameroon

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18. Simmy-South Africa

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19. Chidinma

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Ways to appear more confident

1. Stand tall.

Take up space by standing tall. Keep your shoulders back, and keep your spine straight. This is going to offer you a host of physical benefits, including better breathing and better back support, but just as important, it’s going to make you look and feel more confident. People who slouch or minimize their bodies tend to be viewed as unconfident or uncertain. You can also practice the “power pose” technique before you enter the room by stretching your arms far above your head or putting your hands on your hips with your elbows wide. These “power poses” are experimentally proved to increase confidence, but you might look a little silly doing them during your event, so keep them as a preliminary ritual.

2. Make eye contact.

Eye contact is crucial for increasing your perceived confidence, and without it, you’ll appear scattered or inattentive. When you speak, look at your recipient’s eyes, or if you’re in front of many people, alternate between them. Even in a crowd, you should be making eye contact with the various individuals in your audience. It’s also important to maintain eye contact when the other person is speaking–the more you break eye contact or look around, the more indecisive or shy you’ll seem. Just don’t stare people down like you’re a serial killer–do take occasional breaks.

3. Don’t fidget.

Fidgeting is a major betrayer of low confidence, and most of us fidget without even realizing it. Different people fidget in different ways; for example, some people have a nervous leg-jiggling habit and others tend to wave their hands around in a flailing motion when they talk. You might also find yourself adjusting your standing position or nodding excessively. Instead, try to stand still and only move when it’s in an appropriate, deliberate way. This can be tough, especially if you aren’t conscious of your fidgeting habits. Practice speaking with someone you know and ask him or her to identify any peculiar quirks you may not notice about yourself.

4. Speak slowly and clearly.

Speaking too quickly or in a low tone of voice can make you appear less than confident. It also leaves you vulnerable to saying things you don’t mean or slipping up with verbal nonsense. The solution to these problems is to speak slowly and clearly. Take your time with your sentences–it will give you time to come up with better word choices and will make you seem more confident at the same time. Practice articulating your words clearly and in a loud voice so you’re used to the approach.

5. Allow silences.

There’s nothing wrong with a little bit of silence. Too many people denounce the “awkward silence” as the indicator of a bad conversation, but it’s actually a useful and necessary social tool. Use silences to your advantage; for example, you can end an important sentence with a long pause to let it sink in. You can allow a beat in the conversation between the other person speaking and you speaking to show that you really listened. Silences allow for consideration, and they show that you’re confident in your speaking abilities. Don’t neglect them.

Speaking too quickly or in a low tone of voice can make you appear less than confident. It also leaves you vulnerable to saying things you don’t mean or slipping up with verbal nonsense. The solution to these problems is to speak slowly and clearly. Take your time with your sentences–it will give you time to come up with better word choices and will make you seem more confident at the same time. Practice articulating your words clearly and in a loud voice so you’re used to the approach.

5. Allow silences.

There’s nothing wrong with a little bit of silence. Too many people denounce the “awkward silence” as the indicator of a bad conversation, but it’s actually a useful and necessary social tool. Use silences to your advantage; for example, you can end an important sentence with a long pause to let it sink in. You can allow a beat in the conversation between the other person speaking and you speaking to show that you really listened. Silences allow for consideration, and they show that you’re confident in your speaking abilities. Don’t neglect them.

6. Keep your hands visible.

Your hands say a lot about you, whether you realize it or not. Keep them visible and marginally active in the conversation. For example, you can gesticulate your words with a few deliberate actions–just don’t go crazy and violate rule number three. You could also use your hands to offer occasional moments of touch if the situation warrants it. It’s also important not to hide your hands by stuffing them in your pockets or folding your arms. Keep them visible to appear more confident.

7. Take big steps.

This one comes into play when you enter, exit, or move around in a room. Take wide, surefooted steps with every move, rather than quick, hurried, or frantic steps. Don’t be in a hurry to get anywhere, and remember to keep your body posture aligned. This slow, deliberate series of movements will make you appear confident, so much so that people several yards away from you will be able to pick up on it.