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African Americans (also referred to as Black Americans or Afro-Americans) are an ethnic group of Americans with total or partial ancestry from any of the black …

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Jul 01, 2015 · The facial recognition software behind Google Photos mistakenly categorized two African-Americans as primates. Google was quick to apologize and fix the problem — yet this isn’t the only instance when …

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Martin Luther King isn’t the first African American to be immortalized with his own monument. There are several memorials across the country paying tribute to African American leaders, artists, and academics. Check out our list of the Top 10 monuments to African Americans. We positioned them in

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For Black Americans, Independence Day Is Complicated. July 4th celebrations remind some Black Americans of America’s sordid racial past.

See the Photos That Gave Americans Their First Glimpse of Apartheid in 1950

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Jul 01, 2015 · Google came under fire this week after its new Photos app categorized photos in one of the most racist ways possible. On June 28th, computer programmer Jacky Alciné found that the feature kept

Jul 01, 2015 · Google has apologized after its new Photos application identified black people as “gorillas.”

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Google has apologized to a black man who says the search giant’s photo algorithms sorted pictures of him and a friend, also black, under the category “gorillas.” “Google Photos, y’all f**ked up,” Jacky Alciné wrote on Twitter, accompanying a screengrab of the photo and the racially offensive tag

Black Americans in Congress: An Introduction. The arrival of Senator Hiram Revels of Mississippi and Representative Joseph Rainey of South Carolina on Capitol Hill in 1870 ranks among the great paradoxes in American history; just a decade earlier, these African Americans’ congressional seats were held by southern slave owners.