Traducción de African American en Español:

African American

norteamericano, n.

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    norteamericano masculino
    norteamericana femenino
    de origen africano
    • The new study's findings were true for African Americans and whites, as well as men and women.
    • The people who taught me the most about what it means to be American are African Americans.
    • Their story closely resembles the relationship of African Americans to our country.
    • The most highly valued attire is American brand names popular among African Americans.
    • It affects men more than women, and Whites more than African Americans.
    • The majority of African Americans came from a definable section of West Africa.
    • Yet it still lagged behind the literature of other American minorities, especially African Americans.
    • It's a lesson all African Americans can follow to achieve full economic empowerment.
    • The Acts were aimed at equalizing the political conditions of African Americans and White Americans.
    • Thousands more African Americans served the British military as SCOUTS, labourers and servants.
    • The data for this study come from a nationwide survey of older whites and older African Americans.
    • Today, many efforts are being made to recruit African Americans into the teaching field.
    • Hip hop, a dance which originated among African Americans, has a loose, casual style that has swept the city.
    • Yet for many African Americans and Hispanics, as well as other ethnic groups, a larger body still holds positive social value.
    • Examples include native and African Americans and Australian aborigines.
    • Even as a teenager, she had felt drawn to work with African Americans and Native Americans.
    • It is unclear what percentage of the contributions came from African Americans.
    • More than two million more Hispanics live in the United States than African Americans.
    • Here they targeted those set free after the American Civil War - the African Americans.
    • The migration of large numbers of African Americans to the cities was a feature of wartime America.

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    norteamericano de origen africano
    • The lone other African-American person in the room asked my friend to turn the TV off.
    • My mother's best friend was an African-American woman who she had met before I was born.
    • They were the forerunners of the poets and political activists of African-American culture.
    • Why hasn't the music ingrained itself in African-American culture like jazz or funk has?
    • I would ask you the same question with regard to the African-American population.
    • He will join a number of African-American men who are making a real mark on American culture.
    • The use of history in the novels of contemporary African-American women writers, then, is constant and consistent.
    • I think there are successful ways to get an African-American movie made these days.
    • In the 1910's it was one of the most affluent African-American communities in the country.
    • I play the first African-American president in my movie, and it's going to be a lot of fun.
    • White American popular culture drew heavily on African-American song and dance, a trend that has continued to this day.
    • For the past six decades he has remained the most celebrated African-American painter, past or present.
    • Most of her fellow African-American students were involved, but she was not interested.
    • We are told he's going to be visiting in the week to come an African-American church.
    • The African-American chef rearranges slices of pecan and blueberry pie in the glass display cabinet.
    • The point is that one can look at African-American history from the standpoint of technology.
    • Prestigious universities in the United States boast of institutions of African-American Studies.
    • The man most Americans say ought to be their nation's first African-American leader is today closer than ever to the seat of power.
    • He still did not do well among African-American voters, just a marginal improvement.
    • Two other figures took their own paths from African-American and popular sources.

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    El término de más amplia aceptación en Estados Unidos para referirse a norteamericanos de origen africano.