Translation of Afro-American in Spanish:


afroamericano, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌæfroʊəˈmɛrək(ə)n/ /afrəʊəˈmɛrɪk(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of afroamericano


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    • Chileans are not habituated to consciously think in terms of race or color in the way people frequently do in other Latin American countries with large Amerindian and Afro-American populations.
    • Yet while this freedom proved durable for many, Afro-Americans and Native Americans long remained subject to slavery and conquest.
    • North Americans rediscovered Native American traditions and the Afro-American traditions of Santeria, Candomble and Voudoun.
    • The author's writing combines her West Indian and Afro-American heritages.
    • She is the daughter of a Native American man and an Afro-American woman, and so much of her acquired consciousness arises from an appreciation of their origins.
    • But the Cumberland museum is full of mementos of the past, when Cumberland attracted miners from around the world: Welsh, Scots, English, Italians, Japanese, Afro-Americans, Central Europeans, Chinese.
    • Such ideas of shared ancestry with Americans, and especially Afro-Americans, persist to the present.
    • The colloquial language of Australian children needs to be protected - especially with increasing use of language from American and Afro-American sources.
    • He received a master's degree in English literature from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in American and Afro-American literature from Emory University.
    • He earned a master's in English literature from Columbia University and a doctorate in American and Afro-American literature from Emory University.
    • Understanding the role of women in the African-American community starts by examining the roles in Afro-American literature.
    • I hope that this group and the Afro-American Group will be joined next year with an Asian and a Hispanic group.
    • Haitian language and culture are preserved at home, which makes it possible for Haitian immigrants to separate themselves from the Afro-American culture around them.
    • A highly regarded scholar of African culture and philosophy, he held joint appointments in Afro-American studies and the philosophy departments.
    • As Hispanic Americans and Spanish speakers, we are, also, Indo-European and Afro-American.
    • The rock music of the 1960s had been a synthesis between Afro-American rhythm and blues and various European traditions of popular music.
    • Ethnicity has been identified as a determinant of incidence in several US community based epilepsy studies, with epilepsy being more common among Afro-Americans than the white population.
    • The issue is identity - and ethnicity: his chosen people could equally have been Arab-Americans or Afro-Americans.
    • The struggle of the Afro-Americans for the right and the opportunity to assess their ancestral cultures had its own dialectics.
    • If you have not studied the history of Afro-Americans in the entertainment business let me provide you with a few pointers which may enable you to understand it a little more clearly.


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    afroamericano masculine
    afroamericana feminine