Over 12% of America’s Black population have been born outside the United States.
By 2060, it’s projected about 33% of the U.S. Black population will be foreign-born individuals.
However, the integration between Black Immigrants living in the U.S. and U.S. born Black Americans has not been the smoothest of sailings.
Can the sources of this division be overcome?
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