“Anger”- an unrecognized tradition in African American women diasporic narratives
Diaspora it’s a community of people from the same homeland who have been scattered or have migrated to other lands. The term diaspora comes from the Greek verb diaspeiro meaning “to scatter” or “to spread about”. As first used in ancient Greece, diaspora refer to people of dominant countries who voluntarily emigrated from their homelands to colonize conquered countries. We recognize two kinds of diaspora: forced and voluntary. Forced diaspora often arises from traumatic events such as wars, imperialistic conquest, enslavement or from natural disasters like famine or extended drought. As a result, the people of a forced diaspora typically share feelings of persecution, loss and desire to return to their homeland.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

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