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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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African-Americans as a whole are very spiritual people," said lane Burton-Whitaker, who started an African-American support group in Alameda, California.
What isn't being done, however, is convincing Cleveland's African-American population that this is the right direction.
LeGette turned over command of the battalion and told the African-American Marines.
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In 1850, 9% of African-American households contained one or more children not biologically related to the family.
But the assessment of Harvard sociology professor Orlando Patterson seems apt: African-American women are now "poised to assume leadership in almost all areas of the Afro-American community and to outperform Afro-American men at middle-and upper-class levels of the wider society and economy?
This perspective not only brings workers and women to the fore, but also helps establish Cleveland' s African-American migrants as actors making deliberate choices to better their own lives rather than as merely objects acted upon by the push-pull factors so often discussed in relation to migration.
Literacy among African-American youth: Issues in learning, teaching, and schooling.
In 1950, for example, there were 25 African-American CPAs in the country, fewer than one per 2,000 members of the profession.

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