Were African Americans colonized or immigrated to the US?
Neither, they were "imported". Colonization would imply that
they were natives to the US prior to European arrival and
immigration would imply that they freely chose to come the US.
African-Americans are the descendants of African slaves who were
captured and transported against their will from Africa to the
Americas where they were bought by local wealthy
The ancestors of the African Americans were nearly all transported to America from Africa as slaves. The question is were African Amercians colonized or immigrated to the U.S.?
According to the US Census Bureau, the 2009 est. is 1,696,141 Americans of Cuban origin.
The United States, in that it was the destination of African Americans who went back to Africa as well as the those slaves freed before reaching the US once brining in new slaves was criminalized.
African Americans fought in the US Civil War, and they spoke out against slavery.
that's racist but, because people sold slaves who were African to the US and they kept having babies and there became African Americans.
they did a lot for us.
African Americans fought for both the Union and the Confederate sides in the US Civil War.
Of course. African Americans are born in the US, so they are automatically citizens. To get more technical, if an African came to America and became naturalized, s/he'd be a US citizen.
No African Americans have ridden for the US equestrian team.
He didn't immigrate to the US. He immigrated to England.
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The US was colonized by the Britain.
they made african americans pass a test first to see if they can read and write
What is the primary pattern used by the majority to deal with African Americans who came to the US as slaves?
what was the primary pattern used by the majority to deal with African Americans who came to the US as slaves
Does the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution allow racial profiling for reenslavement of African Americans?
The 13th Amendment of the US constitution did not allow racial profiling for the enslaved African Americans.
The Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guaranteed citizenship to African Americans. This is known as the Citizenship or Naturalization Clause.
African-Americans are US citizens whose ancestors are (usually) from the continent of Africa. Africans who live in an African country would be referred to by their country of citizenship (e.g., Namibians, Kenyans) and would not be called African-Americans. An African-American visiting Africa would simply be thought of as an "American" or "US citizen" to the local population.
whites were no longer allowed to have slaves, therefore African-Americans were free. African-Americans were allowed to work for pay, even though at that time the pay rate for African Americans was not very high, they were allowed to work and provide for their families
If I have to choose one of those options, I would choose that the Native Americans were colonized by the United States. However, I would argue that while the US illegally confiscated the territory that Native Americans occupied, the Native Americans were rarely, if ever, colonized. The US did not want them as citizens and actively fought several wars and committed atrocities to force them off of land that the US government decided would be… Read More
they immigrated to the us because their homelands were tooken over and they wanted to get away.
Kathleen M. Fisher has written: 'African Americans in Us History/0150-3N27' 'African Americans in Us History/0151-3N27'
12% of the pop. in the USA is of African descent.
None. The US Military was segregated during WWII. Korea was the first US war in which African Americans were integrated. Prior to Korea, African Americans served in "all black units." The US Navy was more stringent (stricter) than the US Army was during WWII; relegating African Americans to servants, laborers, and general support functions.
For Us, By Us (us being the community of Americans of African descent)
china immigrated us during 2nd world war
There were many roles that women and African Americans had in fighting in the US Civil war war. Women were nurses, and African Americans were slaves in the south. The north had some African American regiments
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14th Amendment, 1868
Since Sudan is an African country, a person who immigrates from Sudan to the US would qualify as an African-American.
How did the Fourteenth Amendment change the legal status of African Americans who had been enslaved but were born outside the US?
The Fourteenth Amendment changed the legal status of African Americans by making them citizens of the US.
The fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the US Constitution gave citizenship and voting rights to African-Americans.
According to census.gov, the ACS estimates the population percentage of African-Americans in the US is 12.3%.
Japan colonized us from 1941 to 1945.
He won civil rights for African Americans
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The year was 1965.
It does not include woman or African Americans in the Constitution.
They were originally brought in as slaves in the 1700's.
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Commission Bud Selig reports that MLB has approximately 12% African Americans in the majors at this time.
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African Americans live much like their white counterparts. They work hard and strive to be happy and successful in life.
According to census.gov, the 2008 ACS population esimate of African-American people in the US is 36,969,063 which is 12.4%.
African-Americans account for about 13% of the US population (approximately 41,000,000). European-Americans account for about 64% of the US population (approximately 202,000,000). The ratio for African-American to European-American is about 1:5.
Today, African Americans constitute about 13.5 percent of the total U.S. population.
The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution stated that everyone born in the United States, including African Americans, were American citizens. It was ratified in 1868.