What were the immediate sources of the national

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1.What were the immediate sources of the National Origins Act? -The immediate sources of the National Origins Act were the mass migrations during World War I. Since the country was filling up with thousands of people, the National Origins Act made a way to regulate that by setting a ceiling upon how many people couldenter the Unites States; that is when passports and Visas started to be a requirement for people to travel from a place to another. 2. What challenges did MExican immigrants face in the 1920’s? -The main challenges faced by Mexican Immigrants in the 1920’s were racial discrimination and segregation. Although Mexicans were welcomed for their labor, they subjected strong hostility from Anglo-Americans. Kids were often segregated into schools and many Mexicans got fired just because of their ethnicity. 3. How and why did New York City become the capital of black Atlantic world during the 1920’s? -New York became the capital of black Atlantic world during the 1920’s by being the refuge of the African Americans that migrated from the South countryside to the Northern cities. There, African Americans embraced their culture through the idea of Harlem
Renaissance, which meant a new identity of self confidence for the blacks. Some effects of this include the development of jazz music, artistic creations, and black literature.A National Culture

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