A rich and deep account of the dynamics and nature of identity formation for this Black immigrant community.(Roediger 1994: 183) Thus, claiming an ethnic label for White (middle-class) Americans may be more a symbolic and personal ... them feel unique and special , but at the same time, being ethnic gives them a sense of belonging to a collectivity. ... the decision that aquot;no group would be considered subordinate to another, aquot; American history has not taken that course. ... 187) recollection of Malcolm Xa#39;s comments in Alex Haleya#39;s Autobiography of Malcolm X: The comments had to do with aquot;theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Haitian Immigrants in Black America|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1996-01-01|