from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who admires and supports Black people and their culture.
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This is for my buddy and brother Washingtonian George over at Negrophile "one who loves and admires Black people".
“We called Sinatra a Negrophile,” said Julian Nicholas, a future Pepsi team member.
Union, but they insist on elevating the negro to the dignity of the law-maker, and they declare that his freedom has not been accomplished while Sambo cannot come dancing up to the hustings, to record with facetious pomposity his vote for Massa Negrophile.
The taxpayer financed left-wing propaganda machine is re-airing documentaries on Haiti that bring out the typical condescending white liberal Negrophile liberal arts professors.
"It does not matter if the reader feels a prejudice against the Negro, or if he be a Negrophile, or if he has never cared one way or the other whether the Negro does or does not exist.