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New Data: Black immigrants on the front lines of COVID-19

Building on previous NAE research looking at the role of Hispanic Americans and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis, we take a look at the role of the one of the fastest growing immigrant groups in the United States today, Black immigrants, in healthcare and other essential industries. Since 2010, the number of Black …

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V4A gets a boost with 3 college interns this summer

STUDENT INTERNS WITH V4A THIS SUMMER SALLY GACHERU-Administrative Assistant SALLY GACHERU will be responsible with managing and distributing information within the office. This generally includes answering phones, taking memos and maintaining files. Administrative assistant is in charge of sending and receiving correspondence, Organize and schedule meetings and appointments. She will be responsible in all our …

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St. Louis Character: Geoffrey Soyiantet helps Africans find footing in St. Louis

Geoffrey Soyiantet came to St. Louis with about $50 in his pocket.  A winner of America’s Diversity Visa lottery, which randomly selects 50,000 green card recipients from an annual applicant pool of 23 million annually, Soyiantet picked St. Louis because he knew someone here from his native Kenya. But life wasn’t easy when he arrived in …

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Building Momentum Speaker Series-Culture and Communication

Building Momentum speaker series is a networking event and speaker series for immigrants and friends of immigrants, hosted by Vitendo4Africa. V4A hopes to build momentum for a better future by providing an opportunity for you to meet new people and hear community and youth immigrant leaders share their successes, failures, and lessons learned. Personal stories …

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