If you are 23, you are not a boy. You are old enough to figure out why you want to learn another language, and which one you should choose. Your skin color makes no difference, so why mention it?
The Pennsylvania Dutch (also called Pennsylvania Germans or Pennsylvania Deutsch) are descendants of early German immigrants to Pennsylvania. They are made up of a range of religious groups including Amish, Mennonite-Lutheran, German Reformed, Moravian, and others. These groups share some beliefs—many revolving around a conservative life—while differing in others. The Pennsylvania Dutch population arrived in droves between the late 1600s and the early 1800s to escape religious persecution in Europe.
Like so many other persecuted groups, they were drawn in by William Penn’s promise of religious freedom in his new land of Pennsylvania. Most Pennsylvania Dutch still speak a variation of their original German language as well as English.