Ancestral history applies to the background of a human-being which eventually...
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... life surviving skills which help them identify themselves as multicultural.
An individual who is a part of more than one culture that includes languages, families/ancestors, and other customs/traditions is considered multicultural. Culture and heritage will always be a part of a human-beings life because it helps shape the man or women he/she grows up to become. Someone’s culture ties in to traditions and customs one must adapt to but doesn’t always come easily. Family, culture, and customs become key factors in a child’s life growing up because they have to learn how to adapt in new areas and societies. When an individual is fortunate enough to be of more than one culture they are at a greater advantage of adjusting to new likings. Multiculturalism is a great asset to a life of different types of humans because you will be able to adapt and adjust in a many ways.
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