Afro-Anglo American

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Afro-Anglo American
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Notable Afro-Anglo Americans:
Martin Luther King, Jr., Marcus Garvey, Dean Barrow
Total population
Sub Saharan African
>43,950,176 Anglo Americans
Regions with significant populations
 United States 38,499,304
 Jamaica 2,731,419
 Canada 945,665
 Trinidad and Tobago 607,472
 Guyana 277,486
 Barbados 253,771
 Bahamas 209,000
 Saint Lucia 142,629
 Grenada 101,309
 Belize 93,394
 Antigua and Barbuda 77,925
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 69,018
 Dominica 62,923
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 40,731
Languages
English, English creole
Religion
Christianity, Afro-American religion, Islam
Related ethnic groups
African diaspora

An Afro-Anglo American (also Afro-Anglo) is an Anglo American person of at least partial Black African ancestry; the term may also refer to historical or cultural elements in Anglo America thought to emanate from this community.[1]

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