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Housing Experiences of Black Africans Toronto Lecture Note

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Department
Geography
Course
GEO 793
Professor
Cynthia Mason
Semester
Fall

Description
Housing Experiences of Black Africans in Toronto’s Rental Market: A Case Study of Angolan and Mozambican Immigrants - The housing experiences of two relatively recent African immigrant groups- the Angolans and the Mozambicans- in Toronto’s rental market through an analysis of their settlement experiences, housing-search processes, and ultimate outcomes - One of the most commonly cited barriers is prejudice and discrimination by landlords based on race or skin colour - Toronto’s black community is the third- largest visible minority group in the country after Chinese and South Asians - Teixeira:  Toronto ethnic diversity  Toronto’s new immigrant groups: 1. Cultural and racial heterogeneity:  In the past, only welcome European and other immigrant groups for workers  System changed to the point system w
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