What is the difference between race, ethnicity, and nationality?
Race is a social construction that divides people into a hierarchy based on physical and social traits. The most common racial identities are: Black or African, White or European, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Indigenous American.
Ethnicity is a group of people who identify with each other, share a language, history, and ancestral background. Examples of an ethnic group in America: Gullah Geechie, Afro-Southern, Creole, Caribbean et cetera. Examples of ethnic groups internationally: Yoruba, Afro-Antillean, Maroon et cetera
Nationality is a legal identification identifying someone as a subject or national of a state. Examples: Nigerian, American, Jamaican.