Lecture 8 . Affect of WW1 in Society

Lecture 8 . Affect of WW1 in Society - Lecture 8: Affect of...

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Lecture 8: Affect of WW1 in Society (Race and labor)  1. Just before the American involvement of the war a. African Americans began to move from the south - ending up in the northern city b. Migration and urbanization c. Brought expectations that new opportunities were opening up i. Pressure for job and living conditions ii. Pressure in social tension iii. not as understanding of societal norms looked to retaliate so they pushed  out of the South to the North 2. Migration a. Overwhelming 89.6% lived in the south b. 1930 in the north double to 20.2% i. Detroit 5600, 120,000, NYC  91,000 326,000, Cleveland, Chicago ,  Atlanta, GA, Miami, FL > 10 fold ii. Racial etiquette says that black man steps into the gutter story 1. Lynching if not obeyed i. Migrants of family goes and then brings the rest of the family ii.
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