Patterns of Black Migration

 

Check SSDAN Director Bill Frey's collaboration in this Vox video, mapping the progression of black Americans since the Great Migration until today. Recent demographic insights suggest that black communities in segregated inner-city neighborhoods are moving to the suburbs. Additionally, the black population is declining in northern cities like Detroit or Chicago but increasing in cities like Atlanta, suggesting a shift in this century black migration patterns. 

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