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African American

An American citizen with origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa.

African American

Multiculture A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. See Race.

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The first Black American to join the Foreign Service was Clifton R.
What would be interesting is to see at what position or level do we see the Black American population, are they the actual managers or are they secretaries for the companies?
Bell rightly concludes that there is more "hope for humanity and the world expressed in contemporary black American writing than in the current literature arising from European and Euro-American traditions" (141).
Black Americans for Life is encouraging all its members, NRLC state affiliates, and local chapters to help spread the pro-life message in the African American community.
Barnes discusses how African American mega-churches was built on the historical legacy of the Black American church movement because of its use of various religious vernaculars and rituals that are embedded in worship, theology, racial beliefs, programming campaigns, and other tools that aim to address and stress the concepts of societal success and good stewardship for its thousands of followers.
In his view, black Americans had survived two sincere but gravely misguided appeals.
The notion that white America, however defined, owes reparations to black Americans for slavery and its legacy has been around for some time.
19 editors' seminar on cardiovascular disease in black Americans, organized by the Dallas-based American Heart Association (AHA).
CHICAGO -- A new consumer survey from market research firm Mintel confirms that many Black Americans believe Barack Obama when he declares, "change has come to America.
from "In Service," Macnolia) </pre> <p>What we know about MacNolia Cox, like what history has told us about too many other black American figures, could be limited by what people like the white doctor speaking in the poem quoted above said about her.
The dress that she wears during her shows is made of South African fabric that includes a quilted pattern to honor her black American roots.
Prince's "transnational epistemology" and her contestation of US national identity and black American emigration in the West Indies, according to Fish, emerge from the necessarily national contexts of missionary travels and Christian benevolence.

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