More African-Americans Move Back to the South

Faced with the high cost of living in traditionally Black urban hubs like Chicago and New York, more African-Americans are moving to the South, according to new Census figures. Between 2000 and 2008 as many as two million African-Americans resettled in the South, making it the largest gain in the region reports by the Chicago Sun-Times... Here's what you had to say: Beauty commented via Facebook: "The benefit of the south is it is a much better place to raise children and the cost/type of living is great for families." Tieka wrote via Facebook: "I moved from Boston to Atlanta when I finished school in 2001 mainly because the cost of living is cheaper."


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