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黒人, こくじん

  • kokujin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • black person

Examples of 黒人,こくじん in a Sentence

Martin Luther King, Jr., was the son of a black minister.
The graph in Figure 1 illustrates the differences in the means of total scores for white and black subject in each grade.
I asked the student what image he had of black people.
He believed that blacks could win their fight for equal rights without violence.
The movement of South Africa can no longer suppress the movement for equality.
Real change for most black people, however, was very slow in coming.
Rosa Parks was arrested, and the black community of Montgomery was shocked and angry.
Some Blacks seek more radical solutions.
He has a habit of looking down on coloured people.
One day, a black woman, Rosa Parks, was returning home after a hard day's work.

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