Afroamericani

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Afroamericani sive Americani nigricolores (vulgo African Americans, Black Americans) sunt incolae Civitatum Foederatarum Americae cuius maiores in Africa Subsahariana orti sunt. Plerumque homines nigricolores significat, cuius maiores ante Bellum Civile Americanum in Africa capti sunt et in Americanam servi invecti sunt. Etiam aliquando advenas recentiores et eius progeniem comprehendit.

Afroamericani sunt secunda maxima grex rassialis in America, post Americanos albicolores; secundum aestimationem census, anno 2012 homines se nigricolores vel Afroamericanos declarantes 13.1% numeri incolarum componebant.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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