THE AFRICAN AMERICAN "GREAT MIGRATION" AND BEYOND

@article{Tolnay2003THEAA,
  title={THE AFRICAN AMERICAN "GREAT MIGRATION" AND BEYOND},
  author={S. Tolnay},
  journal={Review of Sociology},
  year={2003},
  volume={29},
  pages={209-232}
}
  • S. Tolnay
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Review of Sociology
▪ Abstract During the twentieth century, African Americans participated in one of the most significant demographic events in U.S. history. Their “Great Migration” from the South to the North contributed to profound social, economic, demographic, and cultural changes in northern cities. After the Great Migration, blacks continued to move in search of opportunity as some returned to the South, while others moved to suburbs or better neighborhoods within the North. My review focuses on the Great… Expand
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