2019 Student Research Conference:
32nd Annual Student Research Conference

African Immigration And Its Effects On Socialization, Racism, and Black Identity

 


Trinajoy W. Karanja
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor

This paper will examine the relationship between African and African American communities. Focusing on the social, economic and political effects of African and Caribbean immigration, this paper explores black identity, the effects of immigration on racism and the ways in which racism affects immigrants. In this research, I look at African-American culture and its roots in African culture and the tension between African and African-American communities. Finally, I analyze how these two communities interact with and affect each other.  

Keywords: African, African-American, Immigration, Racism , Socialization, Black Identity, education , culture

Topic(s):African Studies
African-American Studies
Sociology

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 104-1
Location: BH 219
Time: 8:30

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