Name Professor’s Name CourseDate Assimilation of Haitians in America Experiencing a new kind of life in a foreign country is often coupled with various challenges at the beginning. The challenges that are associated with the life of immigrants or others seeking jobs in a foreign country include the process of assimilation and societal issues. While it is in public light that assimilation in a foreign country in the contemporary world is easy there are more problems that are inherent in this course. It is important to note other issues such as racial prejudice and discrimination based on the nationality of an individual are imperative in the assimilation process. The United States comprise of people of various nationalities from the natives to others who migrated in search of jobs education and for other sociological reasons. This essay explores the problems that are associated with the assimilation process of Haitians in country involves numerous challenges that are experienced in different levels. In this essay the assimilation of Haitians in America is presented as a troublesome adventure coupled with problems that deter the Haitians from succeeding. Reference is made to “The New York Day Women ” a story by Danticat. In the story the tribulations of a Haitian family in New York is presented. Suzette is the narrator and exhibits the problems through her mother. The ideas expressed in the story are related to the real-time problems that Haitians face in assimilating in America. The problems discussed above include; poverty financial exploitation homelessness and gender prejudice. Works Cited BIBLIOGRAPHY \l 2057 Batalova Jeanne. “Haitian Immigrants in the United States.” Migration Policy (2014): 2-4. Danticat Edwidge. “New York Day Women.” (n.d.). Mosley-Dozier Bernette A. “Double Minority: The Haitians in America.” (2103): 3-4. Perrin Richard. “Haitian Americans.” Countries andd their cultures (2015): 19-27. [...]
Make sure you follow the proper MLA guidelines for your paper. This paper requires at least two outside sources and your text. How does Edwidge Danticat’s New York Day Women express the difficulties that are part of the assimilation process for Haitians in America? Things to focus on: What does the narrator say about her mother? What kind of woman does the mother appear to be as the narrator follows her around? How do those things reflect or not reflect the assimilation process for Haitians in America?