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by Maya Chung The percentage of African Immigrants in the U.S. has almost doubled every decade since 1970, with immigrants from Nigeria, Ethiopia, Egypt, Ghana and Kenya accounting for nearly half of that population, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis published Monday. The data, which is based on […]

By Gary Endelman There is a fascinating observation in a recent column by noted demographer Michael Barone. Listen to what he says: “The 2010 Census tells something else that may prove important: There’s been a slowdown of immigration since the recession began in 2007 and even some reverse migration. If […]