Anecdotal as well, but my Jamaican friend prefers to be called Jamaican. It’s a cultural thing, his food, verbiage, and attitude towards life come from his parents who came from there and he feels that Jamaica is home. I can understand why some Jamaicans consider themselves African, but from the few, I’ve become friends with they don’t see it like that. I guess it depends on who you ask
I have childhood friends who are of Jamaican descent that self-identify as African-American (although, honestly, ‘black’ is generally preferred now in general since it’s more inclusive and less unwieldy.) Not everyone shares the view you are talking about. Afro-Caribbean is also a term that can get used a lot by some.
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