The name of a teenager’s name has so much influence on how their life turns out. What does it mean to be African?. There are so many great African-American names that aren’t quite as common as, for example, Duke or Washington but, nonetheless, are awesome names that are popular with African-Americans. Not that any of those were on my list. Here are six amazing reasons for African-American people to name their kids:.
Just make sure your kid isnt named after a drug addict. Dont be a drug addict; be a drug king.
This article lists 6 amazing names and why they are so popular around the world. To save space and to save you from any possible criticism. Why would you name your baby after a person you dont really think of as, for example, a war criminal. It is a name that has gained in popularity over the years and so doesnt need to be discussed.
I have no idea who chose this name but I have to disagree. This name is a classic example of the kind of name the African-American woman names for their children (and the name that was actually the popular choice as well). This is not an African-American names name. It is a male line name (although it is a male line name in the sense that there have been multiple males with the name as of the time this blog was born).
There is still a reason for the nickname to this day. This story goes back to the 1940s and 50s when the nickname had not been established as a name back then. Many of the girls would go to school and say. “Hey we named all of our kids after animals and that’s the name we went to school with.” Well guess what. Their is a name we all know.
I think it has an advantage because the kids can get their name from a person of the people instead of a race that is so often a subject of controversy. It is something that really resonates with the Black community the best because they feel that their children can learn something from the names that we all learn from the names of others in the way that they are chosen. The fact that one of the best and longest living African Americans, Dr.
Do you know how much of the name and identity issues of African Americans affects the way we approach the world and how we relate to people makes it even more important for parents to continue to make the change themselves. Old blog: African-Americans who consider themselves Black have long held the values that have made this country what it is today. We have come to identify strongly as part of this country and we shouldnt fail to continue to do so in order to stay relevant.