In the United States of America, Africans are the only ones identified by their continent and not by their countries of origin. We often hear about Irish-American, Pakistani-American, Russian-American, and Polish-American. You hardly hear about Ghanaian-American, Togolese-American or Zimbabwean-American. Why has this pattern persisted? Has it got to do with the image of Africa and the continuing decolonization processess? Our Guest and eminent social Science professor, Dr. Tak will join us to discuss Africa's Identity Crises in the US
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