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To be Black in Spain: Experiences and Perceptions of Youth of Equatoguinean Origin

AuthorsPorzio, Laura
Issue Date2014
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
CitationAfrican Realities: Body, Culture and Social Tensions : 53-75 (2014)
AbstractThe migratory relationship between Spain and Equatorial Guinea is strongly tied to the history and colonial relationship of the two countries. As the research dedicated to this migrant group shows, we can speak about a group that is heterogeneous due to many variables such as, class, gender and generation. This internal diversity causes some researchers to speak about the invisibility of Equatoguineans in their host country. These same characteristics are reflected among the youth, with regard to their own migratory histories, or those of their families, and the social presentation of their bodies. This article is focused on analysing the body identities and discourses of these youth who fluctuate between feeling Guinean and/or African and how these differences mark their bodies and ways of perceiving and representing them.
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