Lollll. Yeah, that's something I personally have a problem with because it implies that the black person is American which, coming from the Caribbean, I'm not (at least not un the sense of United States of America). For that, most of us just prefer to just be called black. However, let's say I was from Barbados, but grew up with a Trinidad background. I might refer to myself as Bajan-Trini instead of just claiming one culture if I consider both a part of my identity.
Then there's the problem if a person is mixed. Are they white, or are they black? That's often an identity crisis m