Berber Americans, American Berbers or Amazigh Americans, are Americans of Berber (or Amazigh) descent. According the 2000 US Census, only 1,327 people hailed be of Berber origin. People of Berber origin in United States created several associations with goal of maintain and strengthen their language and culture. An important Berber American organization is The Amazigh Cultural Association in America (ACAA), a non-profit organization established in the New Jersey state. This organization's goal is to promote the Amazigh language and culture in the United States and worldwide. The United Amazigh Algerian (UAAA), a nonreligious association based in the San Francisco bay area, also have like goal boost the Berber culture in North America and beyond. Other Amazigh organizations are the Amazigh American Association of Washington, DC. and the Boston Amazigh Community.
1African ethnic groups can be dispersed in an important area in Africa, regardless Africa countries or geographic areas. Thus, the Fulbe people live between West Africa and several countries of Central Africa and there little Berber communities in Mali and Niger.