The conclusion summarizes the contributions of this project to the field of political science and the theoretical literature on race, immigration, and labor. It also offers concluding remarks regarding black ethnicity and the future of black political representation and collective participatory engagement. In addition, this chapter also addresses the study’s implications for the current immigration debates. In particular, it considers the growing complexities of racial classification, and informs more general policy and methodological recommendations for future studies of race and ethnicity in the United States.
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