Afro-American


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Synonyms for Afro-American

an American whose ancestors were born in Africa

pertaining to or characteristic of Americans of African ancestry

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For instance, an article in the Washington Afro-American on May 2, 1950, was about intense racial discrimination practiced in South Africa.
In viewing jazz as an expression of bringing joy, Rogers sees elemental similarities of Afro-American jazz with other cultures of the world.
Drawing from these meetings, our task in this chapter is to present an inventory of the history of Afro-American thought worldwide, derived from the contributions of Black movements that emerged in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s of the 20th century.
The Center for Afro-American Culture began at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a curriculum that was framed broadly.
Appeals to the Afro-American Cultural Center to reconsider its invitation were dismissed.
John, an Afro-American, might be the "Prince" mentioned by Ms.
The Center for African Afro-American Studies at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
To which, Fordham responded that to understand Afro-American history on the national level, it was important to have an understanding and basis on the local level.
Organized into the Afro-American Student Union (AASU), they served as the only "Negro Political group" on campus.
THE CONVERSATION: HOW BLACK MEN AND WOMEN CAN BUILD LOVING, TRUSTING RELATIONSHIPS is a 'must' for any library where Afro-American patrons seek self-help titles.
The two parts of the title essay are included, of course, along with Negro soldier sequences censored in Call Me Mister, an Afro-American's cultural views, revolutionary nationalism and the Afro-American, Marxism and the Negro, behind the Black Power slogan, and others.
Several Afro-American writers such as Phyllis Wheatley, Countee Cullen and W.
Essentially, the media are deploying this Afro-American culture in distracting and deflecting viewers from any critical examination of the issues on the ground-worldwide.
As the need for sharecroppers declined, it became more difficult for Afro-American to find jobs in the county.
In addition, university transfer courses on the Vietnam War, Afro-American literature and tutoring also have openings.