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Africans are one of the fastest growing immigrant groups in the United States, yet their presence receives very little attention in public discourse about immigration. In an era where America's immigration policies have grown increasingly insular, African immigrants are particularly at risk of having measures that historically facilitated their entry into the United States, stripped away without recognition of the benefit they pose to them. This Note argues that the intersectional identity ofdoi:10.7916/cjrl.v7i2.2326 fatcat:pxis3kevn5hxxbxb5e7tkscy6q