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Medical Considerations for the African/Caribbean Culture

Madagascar) (Mulrain, 2004). In short, the people who arrived in the Caribbean were incredibly diverse in terms of their religious beliefs and cultural practices. To further complicate the

Mainstream America and Being African American

with the differences and similarities are going to be far different than those of this particular writer and as such this writer cannot describe their experiences in any realistic fashion.

Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and the Blues of the African-American Experience

symbolize the literary representation of the black experience. Their contemporary poems, essays, novels, and plays are deeply rooted in African folk traditions and music, most notably, the blues.