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Names have a lot of different meanings My name is Kiesha I was giventhe name by my grandmother Her first and only daughter passed away at ayoung age I dont like my birth name Its not a bad name however I donot believe it represents me well Now my nickname on the other handdoes My friends call me Marley Some of my close friends do not evenknow my birth name I think my legal name fits a black stereotype WhenPeople hear my name they think I fit that stereotype That is not at allme In the essay The Fighting Sioux The End of a legacy BrittanyBergstrom says critics view the nickname as racially offensivePeople always think my nickname came from the musician Bob Marley Somepeople assumed I smoke pot and listen to reggae It actually came fromthe movie Marley and Me People see the name Kiesha and they think Iam ghetto or loud Which I am none of the above Sometimes I can getloud but who does not from time to time So does this mean we shouldall be named Kiesha No I believe you should not judge a book by itstitle I agree with Brittany that if you create a definition of someoneor something that you do not understand you might end up offendingsomeoneIn the debate Does a Family Need to Share Surname By LauraWilliamson Williamson believes it is okay for a child to take themothers last name She says The baby was going to have my lastname69 My fathers mother gave birth to one girl and three boys Herfirst born passed away in her first few months due to birth defects Mygrandmother spent her next couple of decades depressed feeling likes hefailed her only girl Then her oldest son had a girl and she saw thisgift of life as a second chance Thats how I became Kiesha Murry Mymother raised me alone but she took no part In naming me So I
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