Black American

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Noun1.Black American - an American whose ancestors were born in AfricaBlack American - an American whose ancestors were born in Africa
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
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bornGeographically, black American Muslims are more likely than black Christians to live in the Northeast, while black Christians are more densely clustered in the South.
On one of my flights, a fellow black American passenger, noticing the book in my hands, expressed interest because he was taken by the title and the arresting cover, which features Donovan Nelson's Ibo Landing 7.
The researchers found that in the three months prior to the survey, 38,993 of 103,710 black American respondents were exposed to one or more police killings of unarmed black Americans in their state of residence.
Consequently, as Blacks gain more knowledge of their specific ancestral history, the Ten Point Program must include the claim for the federal government to facilitate Black American's citizenship of their various Native American tribes, as applicable.
The Black American community has been through some very difficult and trying times throughout history, and sadly till today there is still a lot of inequality.
Fortune (1856-1928) was an important black American social and political thinker belonging to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; he was also a political activist and, by profession, a newspaper person.
Once You Go Black: Choice, Desire, and the Black American Intellectual
2 Ayman al-Zawahri has slammed US President-elect Barack Obama, calling him a demeaning racial term implying that Obama is a black American who does the bidding of whites.
There are many industrious and self-sacrificing black American leaders currently serving the American public.
Du Bois called the "double consciousness" of black American experience (388).
Now comes a well-researched text by a former award-winning health reporter, who reveals why: The roots of established medicine has fueled the black American health deficit and for decades has sparked blacks' paranoia toward the health-care system.

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