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Economic Prospects Pull Blacks From North To South

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Economic Prospects Pull Blacks From North To South

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Economic Prospects Pull Blacks From North To South

Economic Prospects Pull Blacks From North To South

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Northern states have historically promised jobs and less racism, compelling African Americans to flee the South for the North. But within the last years, higher costs of living have led blacks to return to the South. Guest host Tony Cox discusses this reverse migration with Naimah Fuller, director of the documentary "A Place Called Home: The Great Migration of the 21st Century."

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