Table of contents for African minorities in the New World / edited by Toyin Falola and Niyi Afolabi.

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List of Tables
List of Figures
Preface
Chapter One: Introduction: Voluntarily Singing the Lord?s Song?
Toyin Falola & Niyi Afolabi
Part I: Negotiating Citizenship and Cultural Identities
Chapter Two: Nationalist Myth-Making, Cultural Identity and Nation Building: African Minorities in the U.S. and Latin America
Shadrack Wanjala Nasong?o
Chapter Three: African Immigrants? Experiences in Urban America: Religion and the Construction of Social Identity in St. Louis 
Attah Anthony Agbali
Chapter Four: Ethnography of Religion and Spirituality among St. Louisan African Immigrants
Attah Anthony Agbali
Chapter Five: ?Born in the USA?: Dislocation, Disrupted Kinship Networks, and the Transformative Power of Music and Dance in African Immigrant Baby Naming Ceremonies
Sherri Canon
Chapter Six: A Viagem da Minha Vida / The Voyage of My Life: Identity Formation and Resettlement among Angolan Women of Color in Toronto
Robert A. Kenedy
Part II: African Refugees and Policy Implications
Chapter Seven: The Making of a Modern Diaspora: The Resettlement Process of the Somali Bantu Refugees in the United States 
Omar A. Eno and Mohamed Eno
Chapter Eight: Voluntary Trans-Atlantic Migration: The Nigerians? Attitudes to the American Visa Lottery
Elizabeth Augustus and Preston Augustus
Chapter Nine: Managing the Migration of Health-Care Workers toward the Transfer of Knowledge, Skill and Professionalism
Oladapo Augustus
Chapter Ten: African Immigrants? Families and the American Educational System
Cecilia S. Obeng
Conclusion: The New African Diaspora Waves: Shifting Diversity of American Culture
Appendix
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africans -- America -- Social conditions.
Blacks -- America -- Social conditions.
Immigrants -- America -- Social conditions.
Africans -- America -- Ethnic identity.
Citizenship -- America.
Refugees -- Government policy -- America.
African diaspora.
America -- Emigration and immigration.
Africa -- Emigration and immigration.
America -- Ethnic relations.