How would you know?
You’ve admitted to passing for white which is what you do most of the time only adopting your African heritage when it’s convenient.
Using terms like that to address one another is only acceptable when there’s some level of friendship, and you’ve just admitted to not having many friends outside your religious circle.
I’ve never called or referred to you as American yet you feel the need to point out my Englishness all the time.
Pointing out differences is what bigots do. I prefer to think of what we have in common.
I’m very pleased to say that the Kid bumped into my barber today. They’ve been closed due to Covid and are opening in two weeks. I was worried because their shop window has had newspapers up while the other barbers haven’t.
I live in a very multicultural part of town. Quite often I’m the only white person in the barbers. I’ve never felt anything other than welcome, my youngest son is really popular with them. Not once has anyone referred to me by my colour or race, and I’ve never heard any of them use the n word or call each other “negro.”
Maybe it’s because we’d all rather get on with each other than point out what sets us apart.