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Equatoguinean American

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Equatoguinean American

Equatoguinean Americans
Total population

Less than 300[1]

Location of Equatorial Guinea
American English, Spanish, Fang, Bube (and other local languages), French, Portuguese
Predominantly Roman Catholic, minority Islam

Equatoguinean Americans (Spanish: ecuatoguineo-americanos, norteamericanos de origen ecuatoguineano or estadounidenses de origen ecuatoguineano) are Americans of Equatoguinean descent.

Notable Equatoguinean-Americans


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