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30 November, 19:24

What was a primary reason for the great migration of African Americans to northern cities during World War

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  1. 30 November, 21:14
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    The Great Migration was a massive movement of African Americans out of the South and into the North during the World War I era, around 1914-1920. Blacks moved to northern cities for the economic opportunity afforded by war conditions, but also to flee the overt racism and prejudice endemic in the South.
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