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Islam was for most a social conscious revolution against the imperial Western ambitions and this featured in many of the 18th century conversions in West Africa. African immigrants of both genders were more likely to participate in the civilian labor force than were foreign-born men and women overall. In many rural areas, you will find unpaved "dirt" roads. Other individually reported countries of birth for African immigrants included: South Africa (82,339, or 5.5 percent), Liberia (72,111, or 4.8), Morocco (58,283, or 3.9 percent), Sudan (35,821, or 2.4 percent), Cape Verde (32,885, or 2.2 percent), Sierra Leone (32,467, or 2.2 percent), Cameroon (30,726, or 2.1 percent), and Eritrea (23,840, or 1.6 percent).

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Publisher: Snow Publishing (June 16, 2015)

ISBN: B00ZTVAR62

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