The significance of this American festive past had remained buried until Kachun restored these definitive celebratory markers to African American history and culture, and noted that these festivals of freedom not only defined the hybrid nature of African American culture but also the syncretic contours of American society as a whole.
What does AAHC stand for?
AAHC stands for African American History and Culture
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We have 31 other meanings of AAHC in our Acronym Attic
- American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management
- Advanced Attack Helicopter Battalion
- Alberta Adult Health Benefit (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- American Academy of Health Behavior
- Athens Area Home Builders Association (Georgia)
- American Association of HomeBased Businesses, Inc.
- American Association for Home Based Early Interventionists (Logan, UT)
- Association for Home-Based Early Interventionists
- African American Health Coalition (Portland, OR)
- African American Heritage Council
- Alliance for Alternative Health Care
- Alumni Association of Hunter College (est. 1872)
- American Association for History and Computing
- American Association of Healthcare Consultants
- Annual American Handwriting Competition
- Anti-Anti Hentai Club
- Asian American Heritage Council
- Association of Academic Health Centers (Washington, DC)
- Australian Animal Health Council
- Associate of Arts in Health Care Administration
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The Schomburg's people programs reflect this practice in the highest form--from its Scholars in Residence Fellowships (the most competitive of such programs in the nation) to the Junior Scholars effort, in which high-school students are immersed in African American history and culture for 25 Saturdays.
The Bible, as a tribal, genealogical, and oral text, has served as a typological model for African Americans as they interpret and preserve spiritual traditions and experiences, and so has become an ineluctable part of African American history and culture.
Key revolts such as the Stono Rebellion, Gabriel Prosser's Slave Plot, and Nat Turner's revolt are bridged with archaeological, anthropological and religious evidence that have shaped a unique "African American" identity A Taste of Freedom: The Black Freedom Struggle in Claiborne County, Mississippi by Emilye Crosby, University of North Carolina Press, November 2005 $55, ISBN 0-807-82965-X From the John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture comes an analysis of local political and economic actions in the post-freedom movement period, including the Claiborne County 1982 Supreme Court victory asserting the legality of political economic boycotts for political protest.
Currently the curator of exhibitions for the Smithsonian's Center for African American History and Culture in Washington, D.