Being Black and Immigrant in America

Joan F. Neal
Date of Publication: 
August, 2020
Source Organization: 
Center for Migration Studies

Black Lives Matter and that includes the lives of Black immigrants.  Although the narrative around immigration usually focuses on Latinx people crossing the southern border from countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, or Honduras, black immigrants from these countries, from the Caribbean, and from Africa comprise a significant and growing part of the story of immigration in the United States.

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Neal, J. F. (2020, August 3). Being Black and immigrant in America. Center for Migration Studies.