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Faculty in the News, Sept. 24

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CSUSB professor emeritus writes on ‘Xeno(Afro)phobia in South Africa, Ethnophobia in Ethiopia?’
Sept. 23, 2019
Alemayehu G. Mariam, CSUSB professor emeritus, political science, wrote in his weekly column: “Lately, accusatory fingers are pointing at South Africa and there is much demonizing of South Africans for being virulently xenophobic against African immigrants in their midst.
“That is painful for me because during the anti-apartheid struggle Africans throughout the continent gave shelter to exiled South African freedom fighters and African governments provided material and diplomatic support.”
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