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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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Jackson was an example of the major task that Jones and others like him were charged with trying to safeguard against happening throughout black America.
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The gig, in support of the Anti-Nazi League, precedes a double-A-sided single from Miss Black America and Cultural Ice Age.
Local outfit Dry Retch - one of the growing homegrown Liverpool punk bands that is centred around the Inner City Sumo - will warm up the crowd before Miss Black America roars into action with under 18 teen bunch Lovecraft, youngsters from Widnes who are attracting attention with their punk-noir Joy Division sound, completing the bill.
His political evolution was not linear in any sense, but reflected the state of class struggle in the early twentieth century United States, and the struggle against white supremacist national oppression under which black America suffered.
Interestingly, the connecting link for this Africa-to-America movement trip is the mambo and cha-cha, which were preeminently popular in urban black America in the 1950s through the 1 970s.
Myrdal's book, a true masterpiece because of the prodigious research effort that produced it, put the neglected issue of the outrages suffered by black America in the forefront of the liberal agenda.
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In response to the focus upon black America in the December 2, 2013 issue ("Do Progressive Policies Hurt Black Americans?
One of the many responses to The Covenant with Black America was an initiative by the National Center for Black Philanthropy, Incorporated in Washington, DC to produce the volume, originally intended for its 2007 national conference.
We know that there is so much about Black America that is strong, positive and hopeful, so much we can be proud of.