Other African-Americans : Two Faces of Reality from an Igbo-American Perspective
Raised in the traditions of one culture while growing up in another, Igbo-American children often feel as though they're caught between two worlds. The challenges they face as they attempt to establish their own identities are compounded by others' widely held misperceptions about Africa, Africans, and African-Americans.In "Other African-Americans: Two Faces of Reality from an Igbo-American Perspective," Chigoziri Okere sheds light on the Igbo-American experience, detailing these challenges in a way that is respectful to both the Igbo and American communities.
- Paperback | 186 pages
- 152.4 x 223.5 x 15.2mm | 68.04g
- 30 Jun 2006
- United States