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CA: African Trade Summit Held Without Any African Attendees, After Visas Were Denied | Democracy Now!

22.3.17

CA: African Trade Summit Held Without Any African Attendees, After Visas Were Denied | Democracy Now!: In California, a three-day African trade conference at the University of Southern California was held without a single person from Africa, after the U.S. government denied the visas of every single African seeking to attend. Organizers of the African Global Economic and Development Summit say between 60 and 100 potential attendees from Africa all had their visas denied. Organizer Mary Flowers said, "I don’t know if it’s Trump or if it’s the fact that the embassies that have been discriminating for a long time see this as an opportunity, because of talk of the travel ban, to blatantly reject everyone."


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