The Ethnically Homeless



Immigrants face problems as American citizens when defined as the “perpetual foreigner.” As a naturalized American citizen, they are perpetually foreign to stereotypical Americans and are newly identified as “foreign” to their previous home countries. These immigrant citizens are truly foreign to all states and no longer have a cultural home established in any society. Without places to call home in their native countries and without a place to call home in American society, these people are truly the ethnic homeless.


How to Cite: Author last name, D. (2006) “The Ethnically Homeless”, Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity. 7(1).