African Americans

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African Americans


Since I am doing African Americans as my culture to research I looked up what did African Americans eat and the internet said soul food. African Americans eat stuff like fried chicken, mac & cheese and collard greens. We also eat cornbread, black-eyed peas, corn and ham. We also enjoy ribs, sweat potatoes and chitterlings. We eat big feast like this on christmas, New Years, Easter, Thanksgiving, Fourth of July etc.

Arfrican Americans religion is christian. When you are a christian that means you worship God.If you are a christian you should know one of the creeds the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed and the Athanasian Creed. A survey says that in 2010 there were 2.2 billion christians in the world.

This video shows how men dressed in the 1900s. They typicaly had worse clothing than the mades in the house. They also typically had canes. They also had worse clothing than their slave owners. Women dressed in colorful dresses when they danced.

African Americans main language is english. We speak differnt english though. Some of us sometimes speak slang and some of us speak proessionaly. Some of us pronounce words differently at differnt times. When my mom is talking to a parent she might say no I don't have any but when she gets home she might say I aigh't got anything.

The picture that you see is Booker T. Washington. He was a African American educator, author, orator and advisor to the presedent of the United States. He was famous for his speech. His speech was called Atlanta compromise. Atlanta compromise was talking about how he called for black progress through education and entrepreneurship rather than trying to broadly go agaist the Jim Crow segregation and the quantity of black voters in the South.

Americans Eat Soul Food in the Southern State

Americans dressed like this

African's speak different english

Booker T. Washington


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