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Interracial Marriages

by a group called Hubbynet (2004). The author discusses how interracial marriages are looked down upon by society and how this can cause problems for the cultural identity of the

African Civilizations

While it is true that slavery was not new to human experience, what was unique about this development was that it was carried out by Europeans groups who professed to

Cultural Expression In African American Art

"It is against this double hegemony of a History with a capital H and a Literature consecrated by the absolute power of the written sign that the peoples who

The African Diaspora and Its Women

often caught between the worlds in ways that African men never experience. While they may live in a new reality, the old attitudes and beliefs about a womans place

African Mythology: The Influences and the Commonalities

"broader than history in explaining some aspects of society. It is a language of expressing truths

John Thornton's 'Africa And Africans In The Making Of The Atlantic World 1400-1800 / Summary

but not readily acknowledged, that the African cultural diversity played a critical role in relation to each areas slave population. Coupled with the fleeting distinction that represented the Africans

Critical Assessment of the Article "African American University Students"

indicated that students behaved differently when in an all White campus environment than when in an all Black campus environment" (Collins, Steward and Neil, p. 80). Collins and the others

Pregnancy, Psychological Effects/Black Teens

African American teens, ages 17 and younger. It found inadequate utilization of prenatal care was evident in over half of the pregnancies for girls than age 15 and 35 percent

The African American Church’s Role in Encouraging Economic Self-Help

that illustrates the general role of all African American churches in the nation through history, one author notes that, the church "has been the center of political, social, economic, religious

Blacks' Relationship to Whites/Sociological Analysis

status for African Americans in relation to the dominant nature of Caucasian European-descended Americans. Theoretical framework Sociological theoretical perspectives relative to minority relationships to dominant groups encompasses a

Breast Cancer in African American Women

generally of more aggressive type, spreading faster in this population, a fact that has been supported by studies at George Washington University Hospital (Randolph, 1997). Other facts are also

African American Culture in the Media: Ebonics and Advertising

doing so through an incorporation of ebonics, a communication style that originated in fact with African Americans. Advertising, by all credits, is a

The Religious Context Of Africanisms

The inclusion of Africanisms means that the Bible becomes of less importance than the humanist principles of salvation and spiritual development. The contemporary Black church in America is

Can the African Union be a Success?

developed and then apply these lessons to the challenges faced by any potential African Union. 2. The European Union By understanding the foundation of the European Union the lessons may

The African American Family and The Impacts on American Society

African American family just as they can be applied to views of families of other ethnicity. In his 1965 report "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action,"