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Negro (plural Negroes ) is a term traditionally used to denote persons considered to be of Negroid heritage. It has various equivalents in other languages.

Negro Fontanarrosa officially known as Roberto Alfredo Fontanarrosa was one of the greatest graphic writers and cartoonist in the world. Born and raised in Argentina, Fontanarrosa lived and worked in Rosario province of Santa Fe where he managed aptly exploit his creativity skills. The Negro name was mainly given to him as a nickname as he was widely known to be affectionate even through his graphic writing and cartoon ideas which were published and produced through the decades.

The Negro leagues were United States professional baseball leagues comprising teams predominantly made up of African Americans and, to a lesser extent, Latin Americans. The term may be used broadly to include professional black teams outside the leagues and it may be used narrowly for the seven relatively successful leagues beginning in 1920 that are sometimes termed "Negro Major Leagues".