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Immigration and America?s Black population. Washington, D.C. : Population Bulletin, 62:4 (2007) 79?96, .
This paper examines the new flows of immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean in the U.S. population, contributing at least 20% of the growth in the U.S. black population between 2001 and 2006. As immigrants and Black Americans, they represent two distinctive social groups which influences their integration into the social and economic fabric of their new country.
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