Jaguar: A Story of Africans in America

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Issa Boureima is a young, hip African street vendor who sells knock-off designer bags and hats in an open-air market on 125th street in Harlem. His goal is to become a "Jaguar" a West African term for a keen entrepreneur able to spot trends and turn a profit in any marketplace. This dynamic world, largely invisible to mainstream culture, is the backdrop of this timely novel. Faced with economic hardship in Africa, Issa has left his home in Niger and his new wife, Khadija, to seek his fortune in America. Devout Muslims, the ...

Jaguar: A Story of Africans in America 1999, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226775289

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Jaguar: A Story of Africans in America 1999, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226775272

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