How do you define race? Is it the color of your skin, the type of hair, or the way you live your life? Is your race defined by society or by scientists or by how you see yourself? ABC News follows one man's experience grappling with the fundamental question of identity. Wayne Nelson is a man who has lived the black experience and has written about the black experience. He has raised his son and daughter to be proud of their black heritage, a heritage he has been proud of himself. So he was intrigued after a seeing a story about a company that offered Ancestry by DNA, a test to find out just how much of him was African. The results were not what he expected at all and it made him readdress the age old question: "Who am I?" The question of race in America is the one that still defines us in a way that no other question does.
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