Further into the Twenty-First Century
This book has explored the question of whether post-civil rights era immigrants from continental Africa are becoming the newest African Americans in the United States. It has shown that the immigrants that comprise the new West African diaspora in America are very much communities in the making. In contrast to Eugene Robinson's argument that contemporary black America, including its cohort of emergent African immigrants, is seeped in the process of disintegration, the book sees the current dynamics as one of reintegration. The book concludes by reflecting on how West African immigrants are remaking what it means to be both African and American in the twenty-first century.
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