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YEAR
1679 (year); Year 1679; AD 1679; 1679 CE; 1679 AD; Events in 1679; Births in 1679; Deaths in 1679
  • Antonio Farnese]]
  • [[June 22]]: [[Battle of Bothwell Bridge]].
  • A depiction by Sir William Allan of Sharp's assassination

African      
n. africano, abitante dell" Africa
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
PARASITIC DISEASE
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
tripanosomiasi africana
African American         
  • 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>
  • 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. [https://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/11232007/profile2.html "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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AMERICANS WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN ANCESTRY
AfricanAmericanPeople; Black American; African-american; African-Americans; Black Americans; Afro-American; African american; Afro-Americans; Afrimerican; African-American; African-americans; Afro American; Black-American; African americans; African American education; Afroamerican; AfroAmerican; African American/summary; Afro-american; Black america; Afro-America; African- American; African american male; African American male; Blacks in America; African/American; Afro Americans; African Amerian; African-Amerian; African America; African American health; Africa American; African–American; Demographics of African Americans; The African-American experience; Black people in the United States; Halfrican american; African-American people; American people of African descent; African-American education; African American sexuality; Education of African Americans; African American people; African-American sexuality; African-American health; Negro Americans; African American; Black America; Black-Americans; Black American people; American Blacks; American Black people; Black or African-American; Bantu Americans; Black Non-Hispanic; Black citizens in America; Political views of African-Americans; African-American experience; African-American social issues; Religious beliefs of African Americans; Health status of African-Americans; Social status of African Americans; Mental health of African Americans; Mental health in African American communities; American Slave Descendants; Genetic studies on African-Americans; US blacks; Economic status of African Americans; African Americans in politics; Educational attainment of African Americans; Non-Hispanic or Latino African Americans; Health of African Americans; Health status of African Americans; Ancestry of African Americans; Political participation of African Americans; Political activism of African Americans; Genetic studies on African Americans
africano-americano (americano con radici africane, americano di pelle scura)

Definizione

sleeping sickness
Sleeping sickness is a serious tropical disease which causes great tiredness and often leads to death.
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Wikipedia

1679

1679 (MDCLXXIX) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1679th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 679th year of the 2nd millennium, the 79th year of the 17th century, and the 10th and last year of the 1670s decade. As of the start of 1679, the Gregorian calendar was 10 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.