ON MIGRATION | On the COVID-19 Frontlines: Black Immigrants in Healthcare and Other Essential Industries – New American Economy Research Fund

July 3, 2020

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 […]

Source: On the COVID-19 Frontlines: Black Immigrants in Healthcare and Other Essential Industries – New American Economy Research Fund

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