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This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (February 2008) This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Please help improve this article by introducing appropriate citations to additional sources. (June 2009) Cocolo is a slang term common in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean used sometimes to refer to non-Hispanic African descendants (usually African Americans). It is also a term used to refer to people from Anglophone and Francophone Caribbean in Spanish-speaking countries and the Cocolos of San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic. This is similar to the differentiation of a common term of creole and an ethnic group like the Creoles of Louisiana. The usage, outside of the specific ethnicity of the Cocolos of San Pedro de Macoris, is vague, and at times the word can mean all blacks or all the poor of any race or those that identify with the Afro-Latino culture and music, such as Salsa and other Spanish Afro-Caribbean musical genres. It is a term which is often used with pride to refer to oneself, yet can be taken as an insult when others use it. Origin The origin of the word is unclear. In the Dominican Republic, "Cocolo" is used only to refer to Caribbean descendants who came to the cities of San Pedro de Macoris, Puerto Plata, and other areas to work on the docks and sugar cane plantations at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries The descendants of the African-American freed slaves who live on the Samaná peninsula are never called "cocolos," however. They are referred to as "Los Americanos" ("The Americans").[1] This word migrated to Puerto Rico where it was used by some to refer to dark-skinned Dominicans and Africans in general. In 1937, however, it only meant Black in Puerto Rico. Later, the term "cocolo" would become a slang term describing the subculture which followed Afro-Latino music, especially Salsa as opposed to rock music (those were called "rockeros"). In the Puerto Rico of late 1970s and early 1980s, the rivalry between "cocolos" and "rockeros" was similar to the rivalry between the Rockers and the Mods in 1960s England. References ^ New York Times External links Cocolo Dance Drama Tradition More than Merengue v · d · eEthnic and religious slurs White people General Ang mo • Boer • Bule • Cracker • Gaijin • Gringo • Gweilo • Haole • Honky • Redleg • Trailer trash • Wašíču • Wigger • White trash Americans Hillbilly • Redneck • Swamp Yankee • WASP • Yank/Yankee British Limey • Mick • Paddy • Pommy • Taffy (Welsh people) • Taig (Irish Catholics) • Teuchter (Scottish Highlanders) Germans Hun • Jerry • Kraut • Nazi Hispanics Beaner • Dago • Greaser • Naco • Spic • Wetback Italians Dago • Guido • Wog • Wop Jews Christ killer • Kike • JAP • Żydokomuna Romani Didicoy • Gypsy • Pikey Slavs Grecoman • Khokhol (Ukrainians) • Moskal (Russians) • Polack (Poles) • Tibla (Russians) Other Chukhna (Finns) Black people General Abo • Cocolo • Colored • Coon • Golliwogg • House Negro • Jim Crow • Kaffir • Macaca • Negro • Nigger • Pickaninny • Sambo • Tar baby • Uncle Tom Asians East Asians ABC • Ah Beng • Chinaman • Ching chong • Chink/chinky • Coolie • Gook • Jap • Jjokbari • Jook-sing • Sangokujin • Shina South Asians ABCD (Indian Americans) • Chinky • Coolie • Keling • Madrassi • Paki • Sakkili (Sri Lankan Tamils) Arabs Qadiani (Ahmadis) • Rafida (Shi'ites) Other Ajam (non-Arabs) • Batiniyya • Cholo (Mestizos) • Coonass (Cajuns) • Extracomunitario • Gâvur (non-Muslims) • Gentile (non-Jews) • Goy (non-Jews) • Infidel (non-Muslims) • Kafir (non-Muslims) • Kanaka (Pacific Islanders) • Kanake • Redskin (Native Americans) • Shegetz (non-Jewish boy or man) • Shiksa (non-Jewish women) • Squaw (Native American women)