Going back to the thing that kicked this all off - as a half white British, half mestizo Puerto Rican (I look like a tanned Englishman unless you put me next to a Puerto Rican and see the similarity), I have generally identified as Puerto Rican as much as British despite spending relatively little time there, mainly because people here were so bloody unwelcoming and frankly racist when I moved back here from (elsewhere) abroad at around 10. So I have a lot of sympathy for Anya Taylor-Joy when she says this:
“When I was younger I didn’t really feel like I fit in anywhere,” she said.
“I was too English to be Argentine, too Argentine to be English, too American to be anything.”
That’s pretty much how I felt. I’m a bit sad it hadn’t improved for her given my experience was twenty years earlier.
Quote is from here: https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/celebrity-news/rising-star-anya-taylorjoy-i-fled-london-at-14-because-i-was-bullied-so-much-a3443781.html