The Webster’s dictionary defines immigration as the coming into a foreign country to take up residence with or without the intentions of going back to one’s native country. Immigration according to Mr. David E. Simcox in his “U.S immigration in the 1980s” is a major transforming social force in American society and culture.
Since the changes it brings tend to be slow and subtle, the size and
My community in Africa is quite religious and most people in my community don't like involving themselves in politics. Why? Because politics is generally "dirty" and "dangerous". However, that is not to say, people in my community run away from their civic duties (including voting). Once in a while (especially during general elections), most of us come out of our shells.
Taking immigration and its effects on the age structure of America into consideration, Steven A. Camarota, the Director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies said, Immigrants who have arrived in the last two decades plus all of their U.S.-born children have only reduced the average age in the United States from 37 to 36 years. He continues to say that, all levels of government provide
Whatever happens in America affects the entire world in one way or the other. When political leaders make incompetent decisions in Washington, sometimes it is the poor and the weak from the most marginalized corners of the world that suffer the most. In other words, it shouldn’t surprise you at all to read most Africans have started paying more attention to U.S politics.
I personally just
From the peaks of the Kilimanjaro to the banks of the great river Nile. From the desert fields of the Kalahari to the busy streets of Lagos. From the shining eyes of the great pyramid to the warm hearts of the Congo. There is optimism in the air. There is hope for a better tomorrow. Africa is undergoing a phase change and it is a change for the better. There is self-realization taking place all