Black Skin Black Flag #7
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Immigration Matters A Global History
From the blurb:
People migrate for a variety of reasons, usually triggered by a combination of push/pull factors related to the environment, employment, personal safety, political stability, personal freedom, religious tolerance, or gender inequalities. Black Skin Black Flag Issue 7 takes a look at these migration drivers and examines the main movements of people throughout history from a single starting point in Africa, around 200,000 years ago, up until the present day. It puts emphasis on Jewish, Roma and New World migrations because of the underlying racist conditions that caused these population movements to take place as well as immigration into Britain as this topic is again at the forefront of public and political debates.
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