From The Loop21
Republican Presidential Candidate Herman Cain has announced that he doesn't appreciate the idea of being labeled an "African American." During an interview with Bloomberg, Cain said that he prefers to be called an "American," stating that the word "African" on the front of his racial identity limits him and inaccurately describes who he is. Perhaps Mr. Cain can explain to us why there is something wrong with being connected with Africans, even when your ancestors are....well...African.
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Do you agree with Herman Cain? Is the "African" in African American too limiting and inaccurate?