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Substitute “Scots-Irish” for “Pashtun”, “Hmong” or “Berber” and you will see what I mean.
If you are not aware (e.g., you are not American) the Scots-Irish in this context refers to a melange of peoples who emigrated to the New World from Ireland and the border region between Scotland and England in the middle of the 1700s.
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Unfortunately, this has a lot to do with a powerful and long-running strand of paranoia and xenophobia.
I’ve ridden trains through the rail towns of WV and KY and been regarded with more unprovoked hatred than anywhere else on Earth.On the other hand, when I’ve been introduced to their clan-based social structures by close friends, it is a uniquely close-knit and life-affirming culture that I’ve been honored to participate in.What stuck me about this comment is that it is the sort of statement you regularly see from Western anthropologists or adventure tourists in relation to indigenous colored peoples the world over.Most importantly, please provide us with your mailing address now, so you do not lose out on any of our contests.You can check your eligibility for the current Celtic Radio contest by visiting our contest page.Here, we profile a wide range of new and emerging artists in a variety of media, from traditional painting, sculpture, ceramics, and photography, to more modern forms such as installation, and conceptualism.