I believe you answered your own question without knowing you did.
Juan O. Miranda

“In the US most non-whites feel like they are generally not accepted. They don’t belong. This is why people tend to segregate each other in a way. People tend to create little cliques, so that they can belong to something.”

Be careful not to rewrite history. For much of US history, segregation and discrimination were either institutionalized in the form of Jim Crow laws and race codes, or societal norms imposed on non-whites by the White majority. It’s not insignificant that according to the 2010 census, Approximately 75% of Puerto Ricans self identified as White; http://larespuestamedia.com/mestizaje-racism/

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