African-American culture, also famous as black culture, in the United States applies to the cultural contributions of African Americans to the culture of the United States, either as part of or distinct from American culture.Afro american culture is based in Africa. It is a blend of generally sub-Saharan African and Sahelean cultures. Their traditions are different from the other country.
Although slavery greatly limited the ability of Americans of African nice to practice their cultural traditions, many practices, values, and beliefs survived and over time have improved or combined with white culture. Afro american culture developed individually from mainstream American culture, both because of slavery and the persistence of racial discrimination in America, as well as African-American slave descendants’ want to create and maintain their own traditions. Blacks were freed from slavery and began to enjoy greater rights as citizens (though full recognition of their rights remained a long way off). Despite these dramatic developments, many economic and demographic characteristics of African Americans at the end of the nineteenth century were not that different from what they had been in the mid-1800s. The lives and rich traditions of descendants of West African slaves who live in southern coastal regions of the eastern United States are being showcased at a museum in Washington, DC. the only group of African Americans in the country who know where we are from and who have maintained our culture, history, our cooking traditions and many of our spiritual gifts that we wish to share with the rest of the world.Afro american culture is very differernt from the other culture.