Many U.S. Blacks Moving to South, Reversing Trend

Approximately one hundred years after the Great Migration, demographers are seeing a reversal of the movement of African-Americans from the South to the North.   Among the factors are greater racial tolerance and economic opportunity in the South, as well as the blight of deindustrialization in the North.

Many U.S. Blacks Moving to South, Reversing Trend – NYTimes.com.

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About Peter Catapano

I am an associate professor of history at New York City College of Technology. My research interest are in US Cultural History, Immigration History, and Critical Theory. My time/place field is the US during the Gilded Age and Progressive Era.
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