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Defining Black or African-American

Teacher: Mr Sindlinger's Idiosyncratic Puzzles
Across
This general idiomatic one-word term often is used to represent one's true ethnic or racial identity.
It is a subtle difference in or shade of meaning, expression, or sound.
It is a short-lived, old-fashioned idiomatic term that now is rarely used as a substitute for Black.
Something that allows two people or parties a measure of peace and reconciliation.
An ordained minister, this man ran for US President in 1988 and used the terms "Black" and "African-American" interchangeably. Use two blank spaces for his title.
Born in Nigeria, this person believes that the term "African-American" feels vague and liberal and "screams of political correctness." There is a blank space in between her first and last name.
A word for non-caucasian racial identity that was popular during the 1950's, but now no longer remains in widespread use.
In Latin, it is the word for the color black.
Down
Spelled with a hyphen, it is a more recent post-1988 adjective that replaced the adjective "negro" or "black"; many people nevertheless do not like its use or overuse.
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning.
a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities...
In Spanish it is the word for black.
the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests.
This person ran for US Senate against then senator Barack Obama in 2004. There is a blank space in between his first and last name.
It is the official and first name of the celebration of a certain type of history taking place during February.