African-Americans


English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2013.

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  • African americans —    The African American population (11.8 million in 1930) felt the impact of the Great Depression and World War II as much as their white counterparts, but those effects were reflected through a prism of continuing racial prejudice and… …   Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt–Truman Era

  • African Americans in Omaha, Nebraska — are central to the development and growth of the 43rd largest city in the United States. The first free black settler in the city arrived in 1854, the year the city was incorporated.Pipher, M. (2002)… …   Wikipedia

  • African Americans at the Siege of Petersburg — African Americans at Siege of PetersburgIn PetersburgAt the beginning of the Civil War, Virginia had a black population of about 549,000. This meant that of the Confederacy s total black population 1 in 6 blacks lived in Virginia. Of those… …   Wikipedia

  • African Americans in the Revolutionary War — IntroductionThe American Revolution was not only seen as a fight for liberty for white colonists. African Americans saw the Revolution as a fight for liberty, but his own liberty and freedom from slavery. Benjamin Quarles believed that the role… …   Wikipedia

  • African Americans in the United Kingdom — infobox ethnic group group = African Americans in the United Kingdom caption = Notable people in Britain with African American links or ancestry Alvin Hall, Damon Buffini, Errol Barnett Olaudah Equiano, Slash, Sinitta flagicon|UK flagicon|United… …   Wikipedia

  • AFRICAN AMERICANS IN WESTERNS —    While African Americans populated much of the historical West, they were largely neglected or relegated to submissive roles in Western cinema for most of the 20th century. The early silents of D. W. Griffith portrayed African Americans as… …   Westerns in Cinema

  • African Americans in Atlanta, Georgia — This article covers the history, current demographics and role of the African American ethnic group in Atlanta and the surrounding metropolitan area in Georgia.HistoryIn the Old SouthSlavery in the state of Georgia mostly constituted the main… …   Wikipedia

  • African Americans in the United States Congress — Since 1868, 123 African Americans have served in the United States Congress. This figure includes five non voting members of the House of Representatives who represented the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In addition, in 1868,… …   Wikipedia

  • African Americans and the G.I. Bill — Due to the prevailing social climate that existed in the United States after World War II, one in which racism was a prominent factor, African Americans did not benefit from the provisions of the G. I. Bill of Rights as much as their white… …   Wikipedia

  • Military history of African Americans in the American Civil War — African American topics History  Atlantic slave trade · Maafa Slavery in the United States Reconstruction …   Wikipedia

  • History of African Americans in the Canadian Football League — African Americans have played prominent roles in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and its precursors since 1946. In many cases black Americans have been able to pursue professional football opportunities in the CFL that were for one reason or… …   Wikipedia

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