FATHERLAND reveals how a group of people is bound geographically, culturally, linguistically, religiously, and economically in the challenging world for Africans and African Descendants. The concept is self-sustainable and self-determination to flourish and become a vibrant, courageous, and proud community for Africans and African Descendants worldwide.
Chinatown’s identity is rooted in the history of the people and community-based, neighborhood-serving institutions. It emphasizes economic adaptation and its role in developing ethnic identity and discusses such problems as housing, employment, youth, gangs, and aging. Now, just as millions of Chinese people head to a metropolitan Chinatown because they are guaranteed that wherever it is in the world, it will share a particular standard structure, and they’ll be able to indulge themselves in centuries of incredible Chinese culture – elements which together, serve to act as a collective that reinforces identity, and provides a sense of belonging and unity, even for non-Chinese. Chinatowns also serve as a gateway to China.
For generations, the minority migrants in the diaspora, like Indians who have taught their children to love their roots, reduced the crime tendency in their children. Moreover, they have passed down their language, values, beliefs, and traditions to their children with the same love they were passed down to them.