afro-americans

[ af-roh-uh-mer-i-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF afro-americans

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How many newspapers are edited and published by Afro-Americans?

It was rumored that five hundred Afro-Americans had organized to lynch him.

Hence there is a growing demand among Afro-Americans that the guilt or innocence of parties accused of rape be fully established.

It is the most distinct voice of self-admonition and self-examination yet uttered by a national body of Afro-Americans.

I read his article with much interest, because the Professor advanced the best reasons why we should be called "Afro-Americans."

We have in America one great national gathering of Afro-Americans numbering some ten million or more.

He has been instrumental in enrolling more Afro-Americans upon the governmental roster than any other Negro living.

That the Afro-Americans are by no means racially identical, though racially related, is a fact well known, but worth recalling.