Yes, Trinidad is part of North America, and the broad definition of the term "African American" applies to any citizen of North or South America who is of African descent.
Narrow definitions, like the one given by the one below, are also found.
No, since Trinidad is not part of America. Many of the residents of Trinidad are of African descent, but that does not make them African American.
No, they usually aren't.
no they are just like jamaicans white black asian mixed
Jamaican people are considered to be 'Jamaican'
Technically, yes. He is still African - American even thought he grew lighter.
Puerto Rican considered by some as the father of african-american history. Founder of the Shaumburg Center for African American studies.
None, they were considered property
African Americans used to be considered three-fifths of a person for census taking. Now they are full citizens.
Race is not considered in patent applications.
No he's considered Mexican! dumb-aNo, it definitely depends on what part of the world he is born..lets say the parents are from Africa but then moved to America and gave birth to the child in new york is the child African American
Martin Luther King Jr. could be considered African-American or American because the generations of his family before him were taken from Africa by the Americans, but he was born in America.
By some but not all.