Samuel Metz: Sub-Saharan Migrant Networks in Tangier

Following up on his presentation at the 2017 Annual Fulbright Symposium, “Spreading Awareness or Stealing Stories? How Sub-Saharan Migrant Networks in Tangier Perceive and Act Toward Outsiders Who Rely on Them for Information,” Tangier-based Fulbright Scholar Sam Metz, of the University of California at Berkeley, spoke with TALIM Director John Davison to share some of his findings following his year in Morocco. Having spent the final months of his fellowship in the peripheral Tangier neighborhood of Masnana, living with migrant communities, Sam offers unique insights into this timely and important theme.
To read some of Sam’s articles, visit his website at: samuel-metz.com/
Social media sites and webpages reporting on Tangier and North African Sub-Saharan migrant communities include:
www.infomigrants.net/fr/post/7558/l…on-clandestine
www.infomigrants.net/ar/stories/
www.infomigrants.net/fr/stories/
www.facebook.com/migraciones.diocesisdetanger
www.facebook.com/voiedesmigrants/, and
www.facebook.com/PageGadem/
John Davison, Director of TALIM, and Fulbright Scholar Sam Metz.

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