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Black Migration to the South Reaches Record Highs in 1990s

Publication Abstract

Frey, William H. 1998. "Black Migration to the South Reaches Record Highs in 1990s." Population Today, 26(2): 1-3.

The migration of blacks to the South, which has increased dramatically in the 1990s, is examined. Migration trends represent a reversal of the black exodus from the South that occurred between 1910 and the late 1960s.

Dataset(s): U.S. Census and Current Population Survey Data.

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