Africans and black Americans often fail to forge relationships in the classroom and the workplace. They blame nationality, ethnicity, culture, economics and education.
A former USIA Research Officer found that African immigrants to the U.S. want no “reunion” or “community” with African Americans.
The focus of this e-book is on the “Why” and how these attitudes could lead to conflicts in the future if not heeded and addressed RIGHT NOW.
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“Africans come here and they are under misconceptions that African Americans are losers and don’t take advantage of opportunities,” says Dr. Eugene Walton.
African immigrants want no part of “community” with African Americans, is the finding of African Immigrants and African Americans: Community or Conflict?, published by EWEmedia in two formats: E/Book and Paperback. E/Books are delivered immediately to your mobile device and Paperbacks are delivered by mail.