As far as my personal identity (white), I thought about how white people , for the most part, only identify with the color of their skin as opposed to their cultural origin. Most white people, include myself, state that they are white when they are asked. However, as referenced in the videos Asian and Latina/x will say I am from "name of country". I hadn't previously thought much about those who have a bi-racial identity and how challenging this must be for them. Those who are bi-racial often have to choose what to identity as depending on the context hence code-switching. I can't imagine how difficult it must be to never truly feel like you can be "you".