As proud as I am to discuss my heritage, I was constantly put down in school for claiming to be "something I'm not." My light olive-colored skin is all that people needed to know to slap a label on me and call me white. I wanted so badly to represent the culture I held so close to my heart in a physical way, but I couldn't.
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Gertrude Berg created the radio series The Goldbergs, which morphed into the first family sitcom on TV, about a Jewish family living in the Bronx.