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who among them include Zora Neale Hurston. 104 Holidays and observances edit As with other American racial and ethnic groups, African Americans observe ethnic holidays alongside traditional American holidays. "Amazing grace: 50 years of the Black church". These artifacts have similarities with comparable crafts in West and Central Africa. Honor and prayer was displayed to these "ancient ones the spirit of those past. The birthday of noted American civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr has been observed nationally since 1983. 55 Museums devoted to African-American history are found in many African-American neighborhoods. Census from 1890 to 1950. "What Neighborhood Poverty Studies Can Learn from African American Studies" (PDF).
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Efforts to recover African heritage inspired selection of names with deeper cultural significance. These tendencies contributed to maintaining the xenotransplants Research and Testing "racial divide" in the North, perhaps accentuating. Discrimination often restricted African Americans to crowded neighborhoods. In 1910, the African-American population of Detroit was 6,000. Provisions of the 18cts were incorporated into the Civil Rights Acts of 19the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Ferguson (1896) declaring that separate accommodations were legal as long as they were equal. Niko Koppel, Black Rabbi Reaches Out to Mainstream of His Faith, The New York Times, March 16, 2008. 30 By 1920,.3 of Cleveland's population was African American. Under slavery, African Americans were not allowed to eat better cuts of meat, and after emancipation many were often too poor to afford them.
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