During the s, an increased demand for copper and cobalt attracted Japanese investments in the mineral-rich southeastern region of Katanga Province. Over a year period, more than 1, Japanese miners relocated to the region, confined to a strictly male-only camp. Arriving without family or spouses, the men often sought social interaction outside the confines of their camps. In search of intimacy with the opposite sex, resulting in cohabitation, the men openly engaged in interracial dating and relationships, a practice embraced by the local society.
Native Americans s Photos and Premium High Res Pictures - Getty Images
February is Black History Month. Utilize these ideas and resources for grades K to examine the historical and social context of slavery. From art to technology, there are activities to connect Black history with every subject including holiday resources for Kwanzaa and Martin Luther King Jr Day. Incorporate Black History Month into many of your classes, such as Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies, with our member exclusive activities packet. Looking for more?
African American Clip Art - Royalty Free
The family structure of African Americans has long been a matter of national public policy interest. Among all newlyweds, According to data extracted from U. Census manuscripts, compared to white women, black women were more likely to become teenage mothers, stay single and have marriage instability, and were thus much more likely to live in female-headed single-parent homes. The current most widespread African-American family structure consisting of a single parent has historical roots dating back to
Newly released extended video footage has cast a new light on an apparent standoff between a group of teenagers wearing "Make America Great Again" hats and a Native American protester last Friday. Partial footage of a group of students chanting and smiling along, as the tribesman sang and beat a drum, sparked controversy on social media over the weekend, as people accused the students of sneering at, and harassing, Phillips. Criticism of the students ratcheted up further as the students' school and local archdiocese condemned the boys and apologized to Phillips over the weekend, and Phillips claimed he heard them chant "build that wall. But a minute-long video of the event and a statement by one of the teenagers, both published on Sunday, present the episode with a different angle and cast doubts on many of these allegations. The new video shows that the "sneer" on one boy's face might simply be the look of a young boy who is baffled as to why an older man with a drum has singled him out for attention.