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African Americans

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of African American.

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Examples

  • To become citizens, African Americans must “seek to gain the respect of others by improving on our shortcomings.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • In rebutting earlier scholarship purporting to show that religion dampened political involvement for African Americans even during the era of the civil rights movement, political scientist Fredrick Harris provides convincing evidence that “rather than acting as an opiate, religion stimulated many kinds of black activism in the sixties.”

    American Grace

  • Second, even if diverse congregations were the norm among evangelicals, we do not actually know that attending church with, and even being friends with, African Americans leads evangelicals to undergo a change in their attitudes about racial disparities.

    American Grace

  • While some in the non-Jewish press noticed that Jewish athletes shared with African Americans a “natural” facility with their bodies, many prominent Jews steered attention to their upstanding demeanor.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • It is conventional political wisdom that African Americans are a reliable Democratic constituency.

    American Grace

  • The court noted that a study found that “Native Americans were twice as likely to be searched as whites; African Americans were 70% more likely to be searched than whites; and Latinos were more than 50% more likely to be searched.”

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • During the presidency of Abraham Lincoln, African Americans gained political access to the White House for the first time.

    Two books on blacks and the White House

  • Whites - who are far more likely to identify as Republicans than Hispanics and African Americans - were also the most critical of the Obama administration's performance on the economy.

    Economy poll: African Americans, Hispanics were hit hardest but are most optimistic

  • During the presidency of Abraham Lincoln, African Americans gained political access to the White House for the first time.

    Two books on blacks and the White House

  • It did not provide for the enfranchisement of African Americans or women.

    How Disappointed are Arabs in US Policies? Answer: Very

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