It depends on what you are discussing. If you are doing an essay, it depends on the time frame that you are focusing on. If you are talking to someone, use African American.
North: Better railroads More people from which to draw troops Better and more industry A standing navy South: Better Generalship Better infantry soldiers Better cavalry Fighting on home soil
White schools were better than black. they had better teachers, and work areas. better supplies.
Life wasn't exactly better, but it was better for black people. However, it did not stop racism in the world.
North- More troops Better equipped and supplied South- Knew the land better Had better generals
Try meeting girls from each sorority, and you will find the one which will be better suited for you! :) Neither is better, just better suited for certain people; plus, each campus is different.
He is afroamerican.
Who was the first AfroAmerican nuerosuregon who performed this surgery.
because your butt is big
AfricanAmerican gang slang for "I agree." Or "That's right"
The Civil Rights Movement united African Americans with groups of people from Africa.
What do you mean? Do you mean 'Could India have an AfroAmerican leader?' or do you mean 'Could America have a president of Indian background?'
The volunteers were formed into segregated units with white officers.
Casucasian men and women walked right beside their AfricanAmerican women and men to show their support for the boycott.
If anyone is interested I found it: "Staring at the Sun" by TV on the Radio
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See the related links below for links to African American Literature libraries. I couldn't find a completely comprehensive list anywhere, and there might not be one... there are a LOT of books out there. But hopefully those links will help... and may I suggest Octavia Butler? Her stuff is GREAT.