Negro (from Spanish negro "black (color)", obsolete Russian arap, before the beginning of the XX century Moor) - in Russian, the main name of people of the Negroid race.
In much of Europe and North America, the Spanish negro, akin to the Russian negro, formerly the standard designation for race, is now often viewed as offensive and racist.
In 1882 (33 years before Malevich's Black Square) at the Exposition des Arts Incohérents in Paris, the poet Paul Bilo presented the painting Combat de nègres dans un tunnel (Battle of the Negroes in the Tunnel). True, it was not a square, but a black rectangle.
The I.Q of American Blacks is 15 to 20 points, on average, below that of White Americans.
The legs of a black woman, who is the same height as a white-skinned woman, will be three centimeters longer.
In the 19th century, in some zoos, blacks were placed in a pavilion with monkeys, presenting them as a transitional link from animals to a civilized white man.
The brain of a Negro is on average 20% smaller than that of a White. The Negro skull, in addition to having a smaller brain volume and thicker cranial bones than Bely, is prognathic; that is, the lower face protrudes forward, like the muzzle of an animal.
The dark color of black skin is created by the pigment melanin, which is common in all levels of the skin and is found even in the muscles and the brain.
The Pentagon has twice as many toilets as it actually needs. The Pentagon was built in 1940, when Virginia still had a law that had separate toilets for whites and blacks.
Many believe that the representatives of the Negroid race have great masculinity. But this is not at all the case. Their penis length at rest is longer, but in a state of erection - the same as that of the white race. This is due to the fact that they have less elasticity of the long-tissue circulatory bodies of the penis.
Negroes have longer arms in relation to body height than those of Whites. This feature, together with their much thicker skull bones, gives the black athlete an edge over the white in boxing. The skeletal and muscular traits of blacks have given them significant success as runners.
African slaves were first introduced to British Virginia by English colonists in 1619. And although Congress banned the importation of new slaves from Africa in 1808, the practice continued for at least another half century. Slavery was abolished during the American Civil War in 1863 by a proclamation by US President Abraham Lincoln, which was confirmed by the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution, which was adopted in 1865.
46% of black emigrants aged 16 to 62 give up work, preferring to live on welfare.
Abram Petrovich Hannibal - Russian military and statesman, great-grandfather (on the mother's side) of the poet Alexander Pushkin was a Negro.