LIFE WITHOUT IMMIGRANTS IN AMERICA Terrorism’s Impact on Race Relations

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Published: Fri Jul 21 2017

Human rights advocate and poet, Naomie Dieudonne, releases her book, Beyond Borers: A Social Exposition through Short Fictions. Explore the impact of race relations in America and the dark world of human sex trafficking. While a work of fiction, Beyond Borders challenges the broad spectrum of American Ideals. It compels one to ascertain, even more broadly, how much of ourselves are we willing to sacrifice for others. Are immigrants really bad for America? What if we discovered their worth to be far more valued than one could have imagined.
"I am an immigrant; however, this is now my home."-Naomie Dieudonne, Beyond Borders
Born and raised in Haiti, where she taught French and social sciences, Naomie Dieudonne is also a graduate of the University of Massachusetts. For the past decade she has been a staunch immigrant and human rights activist. Naomie has used her media platform as television host of House Talk, and founder of NDP, a community affairs magazine, to give a voice to underprivileged communities.
Naomie is readily available for all speaking engagements.
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