Ethnic Group Evaluation. By the mid-twentieth century, the European immigrant groups described in Week One had combined to form a white racial majority in the United States. Today, Blacks, Indigenous Americans, Asians, Hispanics, and non-white Europeans interact with the white majority in a system of race that can be broadly described as comprising whites and non-whites, whites and racial minorities, or whites and people of color. While unique ethnic groups share a culture in which ethnic conflict is present, including pressures to assimilate, the broader culture also celebrates the unique culture of many ethnic groups in America. Write a paper in which you evaluate a selected major ethnic group in the United States. Please elaborate on the following points in your essay:1. Select and describe one of the following ethnic groups: Black AmericansHispanic AmericansAsian AmericansIndigenous Americans White Americans2. Examine the history of this group in the United States, including the following: ImmigrationContact with other ethnic groupsAssimilation or pluralism, and its connection to the group’s contact with other ethnic groups Conflict with other ethnic groups3. Provide an example of a widely held myth or misconception about this ethnic group. How do we know this is a myth? Why is this myth so difficult to abandon?