Tag: immigration

Melilla: Europe in Africa

By Ella Daniels Afropean’s Ella Daniels reports from the ground in Melilla, a Spanish outpost in Morocco, where the racialized reality shows the stark difference in treatment of Africans at the hands of Europeans on their own continent.     In September of 2016 I found myself in Melilla.  

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.

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