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The history of Puerto Ricans of African descent begins with free African men, known as libertos , who accompanied the Spanish Conquistadors in the invasion of the island. Spain's royal government needed laborers and began to rely on slavery to staff their mining and fort-building operations. The Crown authorized importing enslaved West Africans. As a result, the majority of the African peoples who entered Puerto Rico were part of the forced migration of the Atlantic slave trade , and came from many different cultures and peoples of the African continent.
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List of Afro–Puerto Ricans - Wikipedia

Their shoulders and hips pulsed with the percussion, an upbeat, African-inspired rhythm. More than three-quarters of Puerto Ricans identified as white on the last census, even though much of the population on the island has roots in Africa. Rivera-Clemente said, referring to a popular tourist area near San Juan. Many Puerto Ricans say they also feel that choosing black erases their unique cultural identity — including language, food and customs — and aligns their experience too closely with that of African-Americans on the mainland. Elicier-Pizarro, who has dark brown skin and once wore his hair in dreadlocks.
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List of Afro–Puerto Ricans

This is a list of notable Puerto Ricans of significant African ancestry , which represents a significant portion of the Puerto Rican population. It includes people born in or living in the mainland United States. This list contains the names of persons who meet the Notability criteria , even if the person does not have an article yet.
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And when she did get calls for castings, she rarely saw any other Black faces. Still, when Afro-Latino images did appear in media or television, they were often in offensive or derogatory roles—and just like in the United States, actors would even dress in blackface for comedy. When he arrived with the gifts, his daughter would flip through the pages with excitement, soaking in the images of women who looked like her.
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