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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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Black Americans are 2 times more likely than white Americans to be diagnosed with diabetes and 1.
These chapters survey the "peaks and valleys" of black American fiction, laying heavy stress on the writers of the Harlem Renaissance, the Great Depression, and the post-World War II period.
Why do you suppose it was illegal for white and black Americans to compete at pool?
Meanwhile, the nation's various policies of the last decades have been especially tough on black Americans, particularly when they are arrested for low-level drug crimes that typically result in probation or for whites.
Black Americans for Life will send out press releases and hold press conferences to inject the pro-life message into the mainstream media.
Among 40 open-ended telephone interviews conducted with a pool of representative black Americans from a much larger study, a number of themes emerged.
The hip-hop generation, or more specifically, those black Americans born between 1965 and 1984, is a unique group insofar as they are the first to be raised in an ostensibly integrated society.
Here's what Horowitz alleges: "If slave labor has created wealth for Americans, then obviously it has created wealth for black Americans as well, including the descendants of slaves.
have accomplished for black Americans that remotely compares.
We've benefited from the music and culture that black Americans have contributed.
They are portraits of Mildred's relatives who enlisted in the US Army in the First World War - segregated black Americans fighting for their country.
Unlike earlier race riots, which were battles between white and black Americans, typically begun by whites attacking blacks over some rumored incident, this riot was begun by Harlem residents themselves, and targeted property - perhaps primarily white-owned property - but property in their own neighborhood.

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