AFRO-ASIAN RELATIONS IN KENYA A SOCIO-ECONOMIC HISTORY OF KISUMU DISTRICT, NYANZA PROVINCE

Abstract : Since the establishment of populations of Indian or Asian origin in Kenya, the history of Afro-Asians relationships has been shaped by changes in the economic and political context. However, due to the specific position and status occupied by most Asians in comparison to the majority of Africans since colonial rule, segregation and tensions expressed in racial terms have been significant features of such relationships. The case on the city of Kisumu, in Nyanza region, illustrates this argument about identity formation and race relations against the backdrop of the social, political and economic history in Nyanza region.
Keywords : Asians Community Kenya
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Gordon Omenya. AFRO-ASIAN RELATIONS IN KENYA A SOCIO-ECONOMIC HISTORY OF KISUMU DISTRICT, NYANZA PROVINCE. No. 2013. 〈halshs-01206502〉

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