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The Balch Institute Collections, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Vera Viditz-Ward

Senegalese Students

Africans often cite their desire to pursue their education as a motivation for emigration. There are 32,000 sub-Saharan students in American universities and colleges. Many more, who migrated with their parents or were born here, are enrolled in primary and secondary schools.

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Image ID: 13_004
Title: Senegalese American teenager graduates from American high school.
Source: The Balch Institute Collections.
Name: Viditz-Ward, Vera () - Photographer
Location: The Balch Institute Collections, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Subjects: Academic costume
High school graduates
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Senegalese students
Senegalese -- United States

Keywords: Africans in the United States
Senegalese in the United States
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