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<p>Jamaican guestworkers are protesting what they say are poor wage and living conditions in their jobs cleaning vacation condominiums in Panama City and Destin, Fla. (Courtesy of the National Guestworker Alliance)</p>

Jamaican guestworkers are protesting what they say are poor wage and living conditions in their jobs cleaning vacation condominiums in Panama City and Destin, Fla. (Courtesy of the National Guestworker Alliance)

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Group Urges African-Americans Participation in Immigration Dialogue

Jamaican Migrants at Center of Labor Dispute

Participants in a recent Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference panel discussion on immigration, “Bridging the Gap: A Pan-African Approach to Immigration Reform,” said African-Americans and African and Caribbean immigrants must become more involved in shaping immigration policy reform.

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