Some See Black, African-Immigrant Relations at a Low Ed Gordon takes a closer look at the historical and economic factors that some see resulting in tensions between African immigrants and African-Americans.
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Some See Black, African-Immigrant Relations at a Low

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Some See Black, African-Immigrant Relations at a Low

Some See Black, African-Immigrant Relations at a Low

Some See Black, African-Immigrant Relations at a Low

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Ed Gordon takes a closer look at the historical and economic factors that some see resulting in tensions between African immigrants and African-Americans. Guests are Herb Boyd, editor of The Black World Today, and Chido Nwangwu, founder and publisher of U.S. Africa Online.