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  • This parade float displayed the word "Afro-Americans" in 1911.
  • Slaves processing tobacco in 17th-century Virginia, illustration from 1670
  • U.S. Census map indicating U.S. counties with fewer than 25 Black or African American inhabitants
  • <div style="text-align: center">Proportion of African Americans in each U.S. state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico as of the 2020 United States Census</div>
  • fifty states]], the [[District of Columbia]], and [[Puerto Rico]] as of the [[2020 United States Census]]</div>
  • Black Americans (alone/single race) population pyramid in 2020
  • Native American and African American]] descent.
  • fatal shooting of Philando Castile]] in July 2016
  • ''Slaves Waiting for Sale: Richmond, Virginia'', 1853. Note the new clothes. The [[domestic slave trade]] broke up many families, and individuals lost their connection to families and clans.
  • [[Al Sharpton]] led the [[Commitment March: Get Your Knee Off Our Necks]] protest on August 28, 2020.
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  • Former slave reading, 1870
  • [[Frederick Douglass]], ca 1850
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  • [[Harriet Tubman]], around 1869
  • [[Masjid Malcolm Shabazz]] in Harlem, New York City
  • [[March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom]], August 28, 1963, shows civil rights leaders and union leaders
  • Dr. [[Martin Luther King Jr.]] remains the most prominent political leader in the American civil rights movement and perhaps the most influential African American political figure in general.
  • [[Michelle Obama]] was the [[First Lady]] of the United States; she and her husband, President Barack Obama, are the first African Americans to hold these positions.
  • Mount Zion United Methodist Church]] is the oldest African American congregation in Washington, D.C.
  • Astrophysicist [[Neil deGrasse Tyson]] is director of New York City's [[Hayden Planetarium]]
  • A group of White men pose for a 1919 photograph as they stand over the Black victim Will Brown who had been [[lynched]] and had his body mutilated and burned during the [[Omaha race riot of 1919]] in [[Omaha, Nebraska]]. Postcards and photographs of lynchings were popular souvenirs in the U.S.<ref>Moyers, Bill. [ "Legacy of Lynching"]. PBS. Retrieved July 28, 2016.</ref>
  • Genetic clustering of 128 African Americans, by Zakharaia et al. (2009). Each vertical bar represents an individual. The color scheme of the bar plot matches that in the PCA plot.<ref name="Zakharia2009" />
  • the reverse trend post-1970]]. Nonetheless, the absolute majority of the African American population has always lived in the American South.
  • BET founder [[Robert L. Johnson]] with former U.S. President [[George W. Bush]]
  • [[Rosa Parks]] being fingerprinted after being arrested for not giving up her seat on a bus to a White person
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  • ban on interracial marriage]] ended in California in 1948, entertainer [[Sammy Davis Jr.]] faced a backlash for his involvement with a White woman in 1957
  • Reproduction of a handbill advertising a slave auction in [[Charleston, South Carolina]], in 1769
  • A traditional [[soul food]] dinner consisting of [[fried chicken]] with [[macaroni and cheese]], [[collard greens]], breaded fried [[okra]] and [[cornbread]]
  •  "[[Lift Every Voice and Sing]]" being sung by the [[family of Barack Obama]], [[Smokey Robinson]] and others in the [[White House]] in 2014
  • [[Racially segregated]] Negro section of keypunch operators at the [[US Census Bureau]]
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African American         
africano-americano (americano con radici africane, americano di pelle scura)
Black English         
Black English; African American slang; African American English; African american slang; African-American slang; Eubonics; Ghetto english; Ghetto speak; Jive (dialect); Ghetto talk; Doggz; Speaking in jive; African American vernacular; Blaccent; AAEV; AAVE accents; Black English vernacular; Negro dialect; Viper Slang; Harlem jive; African-American dialect; Black American English; African Nova Scotian English; History of African-American English
n. inglese nero, la lingua inglese parlata dagli afro-americani
sleeping sickness         
  • The life cycle of the ''Trypanosoma brucei'' parasites
  • Two areas from a blood smear from a person with African trypanosomiasis, thin blood smear stained with [[Giemsa]]: Typical trypomastigote stages (the only stages found in people), with a posterior kinetoplast, a centrally located nucleus, an undulating membrane, and an anterior flagellum. The two ''Trypanosoma brucei'' subspecies that cause [[human trypanosomiasis]], ''T. b. gambiense'' and'' T. b. rhodesiense'', are indistinguishable morphologically. The trypanosomes' length range is 14 to 33 µm, Source: CDC
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  • David Bruce]] recognized the tsetse fly as the arthropod vector.
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  • Drawing of a tsetse fly from 1880
Sleeping Sickness; African sleeping sickness; African Sleeping Sickness; Sleep fever; Trypanosomiasis, east-African; Trypanosomiasis, west African; African trypanosomaiasis; African Trypanosomiasis; Human African trypanosomiasis; Sleep illness; Sleeping-Sickness; Human African Trypanosomiasis; African lethargy; Congo trypanosomiasis; Procyclic life stage; Sleeping sickness
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African American
chiefly US
¦ noun an American of African origin.
¦ adjective relating to African Americans.


African Americans

African Americans (also referred to as Black Americans and Afro-Americans) are an ethnic group consisting of Americans with partial or total ancestry from any of the black racial groups of Africa. The term "African American" generally denotes descendants of enslaved Africans who are from the United States.

African Americans constitute the second largest racial group in the U.S. after White Americans, as well as the third-largest ethnic group after Hispanic and Latino Americans. Most African Americans are descendants of enslaved people within the boundaries of the present United States. On average, African Americans are of West/Central African with some European descent; some also have Native American and other ancestry.

According to U.S. Census Bureau data, African immigrants generally do not self-identify as African American. The overwhelming majority of African immigrants identify instead with their own respective ethnicities (~95%). Immigrants from some Caribbean and Latin American nations and their descendants may or may not also self-identify with the term.

African American history began in the 16th century, with Africans from West Africa being sold to European slave traders and transported across the Atlantic to the Thirteen Colonies. After arriving in the Americas, they were sold as slaves to European colonists and put to work on plantations, particularly in the southern colonies. A few were able to achieve freedom through manumission or escape and founded independent communities before and during the American Revolution. After the United States was founded in 1783, most Black people continued to be enslaved, being most concentrated in the American South, with four million enslaved only liberated during and at the end of the Civil War in 1865. During Reconstruction, they gained citizenship and the right to vote; due to the widespread policy and ideology of White supremacy, they were largely treated as second-class citizens and found themselves soon disenfranchised in the South. These circumstances changed due to participation in the military conflicts of the United States, substantial migration out of the South, the elimination of legal racial segregation, and the civil rights movement which sought political and social freedom. However, racism against African Americans remains a problem into the 21st century. In 2008, Barack Obama became the first African American to be elected president of the United States.

African American culture has a significant influence on worldwide culture, making numerous contributions to visual arts, literature, the English language, philosophy, politics, cuisine, sports, and music. The African American contribution to popular music is so profound that virtually all American music, such as jazz, gospel, blues, disco, hip hop, R&B, soul and rock have their origins at least partially or entirely among African Americans.

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2. African-American.
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Esempi dal corpus di testo per African American
1. "Our mission is to celebrate African American culture and chronicle African American achievement," Rodgers said.
2. "He can‘t expect African American support just because he‘s an African American," Latham said.
3. Was the African American majority ill–served by an African American mayor?
4. For additional information, see African–American Rights.
5. And it‘s ostensibly about African American roots.