Improving African Immigrant Health Through Research and Action

Jun 25, 2021 | Video, Webinars | 0 comments


African immigrants in the United States are one of the fastest-growing immigrant communities. Too often their experiences are lumped in with the experiences of US-born Black Americans. Because of language, culture, the impact of migration, and other factors, African immigrants have needs and stories distinctively different from US-born Black Americans. This discussion will provide an overview on African immigrant health. It will also seek to highlight current research and increase awareness of the need for community-led research that supports service delivery and advocacy.

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Mulusew Bekele

African Services Committee, Inc Harlem, New York City

Chioma Nnaji

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Yvonne Commodore-Mensah

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