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Development & The African Diaspora

international relations; developmental challenges for the african diaspora
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international relations developmental challenges for the african diaspora Introduction Background and Objective In a traditional or historical context the African diaspora generallyrefers to a the forced migration of people from Sub-Saharan Africa and to b the present-day descendants outside of Africa of those who were forcedto migrate The forced migration was an integral part of the slave tradethat persisted for the better part of years from the th through the th centuries Slave trade destinations were in the Middle East Europe North

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