Africans and African Americans: Conflicts, Stereotypes and Grudges

@inproceedings{Darboe2006AfricansAA,
  title={Africans and African Americans: Conflicts, Stereotypes and Grudges},
  author={Foday Darboe},
  year={2006}
}
This research focuses critically on the relationship between African immigrants and African Americans in the United States. It examines stereotypes, conflicts and grudges between the two groups and how they impact their co-existence and adaptation to each other. Most African Americans are descendants of enslaved Africans that were transported to the US during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Since African Americans and Africans are descended from the same root African cultures, it is reasonable… Expand

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