Laws aimed at curbing illegal migration have left thousands of first generation Dominicans unable to work, study or travel. Authorities issuing documents no longer recognize them as citizens.
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For centuries, the Garínagu founded villages along the Caribbean coast of Central America. Today, the Garifuna population is estimated to be around 600,000 in Central America and the United States.
Organized in 1925, today the National Bar Association is the nation’s oldest and largest national network of predominately African American attorneys.
Voters in the Slovenian town of Piran have elected the country’s first black mayor. Nicknamed “The Obama of Piran”, Peter Bossman is a doctor who was born in Ghana and settled in Slovenia over three decades ago.
There are more U.K. women than men entering the legal market and ethnic minorities are over-represented within the English legal profession. So, why are there so few women or ethnic minority partners in law firms?
Black Iraqis in the southern province of Basra complain of discrimination and say they are not fairly represented in the state.
A $100 million project to build the tourism industry in Honduras is threatening an Afro-Caribbean ethnic group called the Garifuna.