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The Great Migration of African-Americans to the North in the twentieth century was a movement that changed the lives of these individuals. From the South, they moved northward to the industrialized cities to look for a more comfortable life. The South offered a hard life for many African-Americans. There was harsh slavery, discrimination in the South. African-Americans were driven from their houses and because of these severe situations. They flocked to the North to take advantage of the industrial boom in the area. Many of them found work in factories, foundries and slaughterhouses where they were also exposed to arduous and dangerous working conditions (History.com, 2010). The migrants dreamed of the North as a better place, but what they would discover was not. With their migration, the Northern cities had seen the growth in population in African-Americans. By the end of 1919, about a million of African-Americans migrated to the Northern cities. The Northern cities that were close to the South experienced the huge growth of immigration of African-Americans. New York City ballooned to about 66% of its back population. Chicago’s black population rose to about 148% and Philadelphia experienced an overwhelming 500% rise in its African-African populations. Detroit saw the 611% rise in its black people (History.com, 2010). With the large growth in population, there came the problem of employment in the North. The migrants were faced again with the hard task of looking for decent jobs in the cities. They were limited by the fact that they had to compete with various European immigrants who also came to work in America and in the northern cities where the industrial boom had started. The African-American immigrants were also limited by these European’s demands of discriminatory labor practices (Inmotionnaame.org, n.d.). African-Americans were denied to have skilled jobs in the North. Even those who had college education were not given chances to apply for clerical work. They were instead given manual work. Their qualifications were not recognized. As such, they had to be contented with the jobs that the white population did not want; and that is menial work (Baskerville, 2001). However, in the light of the great divide among black and white population in the North, the African-American women were fortunate to have steady jobs unlike their male counterparts. Domestic work became open to the black women. They work in the houses of white families and some took in washing or sewing at one’s home and were able to take care of their own kids (Inmotionnaame.org, n.d.). The issue of decent employment was not just the only problem that African-Americans had to face when they migrated in the North. With the rise in population also came the problem of living space. The cities became crowded. Another form of discrimination was again experienced by the migrants. While public facilities were already allowed to be used by African-Americans in the North, they were subjected to segregation of residence from the whites. The whites who owned property and realty refused to sell or allow the African-Americans to live and rent in white neighborhoods. They were left with no choice but to live in specific areas in the cities, away from the white neighborhoods. The living spaces of African-Americans were overcrowded and unhealthy. Some of the African-Americans who were able to buy their own homes were threatened and beaten. Their homes were burned and they were forced to leave the area (Baskerville, 2001). With the housing tension, the black communities created their own communities within the cities. This led to the growth of the new urban African-American culture. Harlem in New York was among the popular places were black Americans populated. The African-Americans who migrated in the North also experienced discrimination not only in terms of economics, but also in their civil rights. Black communities in the North were not allowed to vote, bring suits to courts of law, and to serve on juries. Their children were denied public education. Some were put into underfunded, substandard schools. In many public facilities and accommodations, African-Americans were segregated from the whites. They were segregated in theaters, stagecoaches and trains. African-American patrons were not accepted in restaurants and hotels. The racial discrimination in some states was even severe. Discrimination was rampant and racial restrictions were encompassing, such that the African-American became vulnerable too in the North (Inmotionnaame.org, n.d.). Many of the African-American migrants who came to the North during the Great Migration assumed that they will find a good life in the cities. They thought that they would leave behind the forms of violence, discrimination and other racial restrictions they experienced in the South. This was not the case. The white workers in the North feared for the competition in employment and political opportunities among the African-Americans. Individual and group animosities ended in mob violence. Riots were everywhere (History.com, 2010). The Great Migration in the North and the racial discrimination that came along with it led African-Americans to look inward, to reach within themselves and the community for protection and sustenance. This process was known as the revitalization movement, wherein the African-Americans looked among the black people themselves for things necessary to survive and to build their meaningful dreams. They worked to become self-sufficient by building their own communities, isolated from the white community. They worked diligently and were able to establish communal networks of institutions and support, despite all forms of racial discrimination they experience over the years. They established the church, which served as the foundation of many black communities. In the years to come, black-owned businesses also arose and eventually some of these black Americans were even elected in public office. The African-American arts also flourished and soon the Harlem Renaissance became the creative force and energy that portrayed the black people as “The New Negro” (Baskerville, 2001). The modern era has not stopped African-Americans from experiencing racial discriminations. They are still stereotyped as lesser individuals over the whites. Many black Americans are typecast as violent and dangerous individuals in the community. References Baskerville, John. (2001). African-American Migration. Uni.edu. Retrieved 21, 2014, from http://www.uni.edu/historyofblackhawkcounty/peopimmigrants/African-AmericanMig/HeadingNorth.htm History.com. (n.d.). The Great Migration. History.com. Retrieved July 21, 2014, from http://www.history.com/topics/black-history/great-migration Inmotionnaame.org. (n.d.). The Northern Migration. Retrieved July 21, 2014, from http://www.inmotionaame.org/print.cfm;jsessionid=f8302609311405830510260?migration=7&bhcp=


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