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From 1910 to 1930, many African Americans moved from the South to the North in a trend known as the Great Migration. One of the main causes of this move was

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  • From 1910 to 1930, many African-Americans moved from the South to the North in a trend is known as the Great Migration and the reasons for this movement is listed below.
    1. Because of the floods, they experienced in the South.
    2. Because of the bug called boll Weevil that damaged and destroyed their crops.
  • Answer: b) racism in the South that caused fear and suffering.

    Explanation: One of the main causes of the Great Migration was racism in the South that caused fear and suffering. This racism led to acts of violence such as lynching. It was also manifested in subtler ways such as decreased employment opportunities for minority workers.

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