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African American

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

Multiculture A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. See Race.
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Morgan's focus could have been broadened by discussing the impact of African American social realism on Africa and the Black Diaspora, simply because black America provided the inspiration and leadership in the global black struggle for social, economic, and political rights during the period in question.
In a bold new monograph, Patrick Rael takes on the fundamental assumptions residing at the heart of both the community/cultural studies movement and the black nationalist critique of black America.
We begin to sense, through his portrayal, that the "black stereotype" has developed its own internal poetics as these kinds of images recirculate with each generation and contribute to the archive of a lost black cinema, creating a complex interiority attuned to the psychic unrest of his father's quest for self-representation and, indeed, black America's continued economic and psychic battles for cinematic reparation.
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There are many trajectories by which one may depart from slavery and end up in a state of Black America, but one would have to be willing to connect the dots.