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  • I am not american, so I do not know if this is a frequently addressed issue where you come from; however, it seems to me that the use of the term african-american IS FUCKING STUPID.

    A Whole Lotta Nothing

  • To be honest a lot of these fairytales were written when the african race was a minority and africans lived in african, chinese lived in china and italians lived in italy etc.

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  • Link ellie, how do you know most of this aid gets lost to corruption anyway?! coming from someone who has worked in african countries … yes there is corruption, sometimes rampant, but there can be rampant corruption in our country too. and overall, that money is saving lives and doing good – how does one argue against that? — mal

    Senate Moves on AIDS Bill - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • New Orleans is a place that was very rich in african american culture.

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  • So let me get this straight – anyone who complains about President Obama is now considered a racist per certain african-americans and President Carter – so does this apply to them when they complain about white congressman that their considered racists now also – guess the race card could be played both ways – silly huh – lets just leave the race card out of the picture!

    Too Often, We’re Mute On Race

  • You can say black American, you can say American, but stop using the term african because it just shows what an idiot you are.

    Republicans say Carter playing 'race card'

  • Paul Lockhart i'm disappointed that i can't recall the african-american soldier in the middle of the squad .... guess i'm becoming senile at the ripe old age of

    LOCKHART PAUL

  • But would it be wronger as you would be when calling african americans "Negroes"?

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  • I know somethign or other of being the last monarch standing in africa and being held as a legend and messiah in a sense. being the "lion of judah" correct? what was his connection to the british though? also, you said the so-called african american are really the children of israel, from what I gathered. explain that. when you said that they are the children of israel, do you mean reference israel as the mecca for african people? explain the timeline of civilization to me, from you perspective.

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  • You hit the nail right on the head about kids and the "african" beliefs ...

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