The Temporal Dynamics and Stability of Black Migration to the South, 1970-2000: New Insights on Old Trends

Jack DeWaard, Katherine J. Curtis & Glenn V. Fuguitt
The “New Great Migration” of blacks to the South was and continues to be one of the most important demographic shifts in recent U.S. history, and refers to a black net-migration reversal in the South from negative to positive in the 1970s for the first time since before the Great Migration of blacks out of the region in the early and middle parts of the twentieth century. While prior research has told the story of...
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