Negritic

Negritic

(nɪˈɡrɪtɪk)
adj
(Peoples) relating to Negroes or the Negritos
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The flowering of the Olmec Civilisation occurred between 1500 BC and 1000 BC, when over 22 colossal heads of basalt were carved representing the West African Negritic racial type.
Some depictions leave one with the impression of a Nazi Gauleiter, rather than a minister of the British Crown, and others verge on the completely tasteless--`His course, negritic face, betokening the brutish forces that lurked beneath .
In many parts of the Americas today, there are still people of African Negritic racial background who continue to exist either blended into the larger African-American population or are part of separate, indigenous groups living on their own lands with their own unique culture and languages.
In 1964, during the International Congress of American Anthropologists held in Barcelona, Spain, a French anthropologist pointed out that all that was missing to prove a definite presence of Negritic Blacks in the Americas before Columbus was Negroid skeletons to add to the already found Negroid featured terracottas.
Western historians, ethnologists, anthropologists and archaeologists, when coming across "Akricoids', have labelled them Negroid, Proto-Negroid, Proto-Australoid, Negritic, Negrito (South/ Southeast and Far East Asia) or Hamites, Eurafrikans, Mediterraneans and the Brown Race (Southwest Asia).