The Great Migration is one of America's most important untold stories. Beginning in the early 20th century, over 6 million African Americans moved out of the Southern United States and into the Northeast, Midwest, and West. Searching for better lives, they faced violence, family disruption, and dangerous, exhausting, cross-country journeys to begin a new life in unfamiliar environments. This movement of people would have a dramatic effect on the culture of America.
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