The term was made popular during the 1980's by Jesse Jackson when he used it in front of a national audience.
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There are more than 37 million people in the United States who have majority African ancestry that may or may not use the term "African American" :
First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Condoleezza Rice, Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, Will Smith, Eddie Murphy, Janet Jackson, Vivica A. Fox,
nigerian word for describing a beautiful young lady
omoge wa be by (beautiful young lady come here)
omoge ni mi (im a beautiful young lady)
(in a naija boiz propa afrikan accent acting all american like they always do)
~ADE(speakin to friend):Tolani look at that omoge
~TOLANI:o boy o boy she is so fineee so beautiful, i will marry her
~ ADE: u dis boi de chat nonsense
Abbreviation which stands for colors Red, Black and Green, the Pan-African and Black Liberation Flag.
This flag was adopted by the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA) at their convention held in Madison Square Garden on August 13, 1920.
The three colors represent:
red: the blood that unites all people of African ancestry, and shed for liberation;
black: black people whose existence as a nation, though not a nation-state, is affirmed by the existence of the flag; and
green: the abundant natural wealth of Africa.
Info taken from Wikipedia.
First of all, RBG means RED BLACK AND GREEN and you gotta know it!
A black (i.e. African American) individual that behaves in a White manner, outwardly, but behaves like a real black ‘Afrikan’ man amongst his brothers.