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Now that the transition to the Presidency of Zimbabwe has been made from the Honorable Robert Mugabe to his First Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Afrocentricity International warns the external vultures to stay out of the political affairs of the country. 
There is a major gap and divide in the Black community from a generational point of view, and it starts with birth names given to Black children. Black power, Black consciousness, Afro-Centric thought, and the understanding that all Black people are Africans have radically changed the way we see and view ourselves.
"Our sense of freedom has been stripped away. It's fear and it's stress. Most people fear all law enforcement now." - Farrah Larrieux, TPS recipient and AI Justice client.  Miami, FL - November 21, 2017 - Last night, on the cusp of a holiday celebrating family, immigration, and welcoming all to our tables, we learned that Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Elaine Duke decided to terminate Haitian Temporary Protected Status (TPS), giving Haitians 18 months to pack their bags. This announcement was a painful and cruel reminder of how little our government seems to care about Haitians and other TPS recipients who have lived here for upwards of 20 years and have raised families that include nearly 275,000 U.S. born children.
News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Nov. 17, 2017: In just over a week’s time, Jamaica will host a major international conference intended to reposition tourism as a global driver of sustainable development.
In the aftermath of DHS decision regarding TPS designation for Haiti granting an extension of 18 months which will expire on July 22, 2019, it seems many have misunderstood the request of Haitian TPS recipients and Immigrants advocacy organizations to the Trump administration.
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