The 2nd Migration
Being an Analysis of How and Why Africans are Migrating to the U.S.A.
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This work contains 13 short chapters, a table of contents and index, in 92 double-spaced pages. Briefly I discussed the 1st. Migration––the Slave Trade Across the Atlantic and its impact on the migrants. The Second Migration which started early in 19th. C. was and still different. The nationalists came seeking high education which would enable them to dismantle European imperialism and Colonialism. They were markedly different from those who trained in Europe. They trailed the way for us. After waiting for the benefits of independence and seeing nothing, migration doubled and it has continued. The “Push” is in Nigeria and Africa; the “Pull” is in the U.S....Eventually, the so-called “Brain Drain” may become “Brain Gain”....
- Xlibris US, March 2009
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