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    It is not perfect but it is pretty close to reality.





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    For the most part it coincides with other maps showing the main destination of black people during the Transatlantic Slave Trade.






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    When aframs claim Brazil as part of their community they are not really wrong lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasien View Post
    When aframs claim Brazil as part of their community they are not really wrong lmao
    I wonder how much negroid admixture you need in order to be considered black by African Americans?

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    Interesante compa! Aquí en Jalisco también tenemos afro-mexicanos (Afro-jalisciences) aunque son una muy minoría obviamente xd



    https://zonaguadalajara.com/municipi...descendientes/

    y aquí están los 100 municipios con más afros en México, por si lo quieren checar, o tú bro también jaja xd

    https://www.alcaldesdemexico.com/rev...-afromexicana/
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloGuys View Post

    y aquí están los 100 municipios con más afros en México, por si lo quieren checar, o tú bro también jaja xd

    https://www.alcaldesdemexico.com/rev...-afromexicana/
    Leon y Puebla entre los top 5? Que raro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauthier View Post
    Leon y Puebla entre los top 5? Que raro.
    Eso es autoidentificación por municipio. Los municipios más grandes van a tener una población más grande. Solo quiero decir que la autoidentificación no es siempre la realidad. Los afro-mexicanos al igual que los amerindios son sobreestimados en algunas áreas y subestimados en otras áreas por el censo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauthier View Post
    Leon y Puebla entre los top 5? Que raro.
    Sabe; así fue el censo mexicano del 2020 en cada Estado y municipio; tal vez hay más afros de lo que creíamos? o tal vez los flujos de afro-mexicanos de otros lados moviéndose a donde haya más oportunidades...o por cultura tal vez se identificaron como tal; o todas juntas xd
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmaohma78 View Post
    Eso es autoidentificación por municipio. Los municipios más grandes van a tener una población más grande. Solo quiero decir que la autoidentificación no es siempre la realidad. Los afro-mexicanos al igual que los amerindios son sobreestimados en algunas áreas y subestimados en otras áreas por el censo.
    Tienes razon, compare. No sabemos exactamente que les preguntaron a los encuestados. O sea, les preguntarian algo asi como: Tus abuelos eran muy prietos, de labios super gruesos, de nariz muy redonda y pelo chino?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauthier View Post
    I wonder how much negroid admixture you need in order to be considered black by African Americans?
    By their own standards I suppose 55-60+% will be enough to be seen socially as a sista/brotha.

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