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National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia – Eric

By Abena Wariebi The third excerpt from interviews taken from a Master’s thesis carried out by Abena Wariebi at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled “National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia”, the thesis is an investigation of black identities in Barcelona, specifically exploring what it means

National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia – Agnes

By Abena Wariebi The second excerpt from interviews taken from a Master’s thesis carried out by Abena Wariebi at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled “National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia”, the thesis is an investigation of black identities in Barcelona, specifically exploring what it means

National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia – Gina

The following interviews are excerpts of full interviews taken from a Master’s thesis carried out by Abena Wariebi at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled “National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia”, the thesis is an investigation of black identities in Barcelona, specifically exploring what it

We Are Not The Same

By Abena Wariebi Insights from an African-American student in Barcelona on the lack of a “black community” and the gulf, both literal and metaphorical, that lies between economic migrants and student ‘expats’. Someone here in Barcelona once asked me what the one thing that I miss about the US was.