Rural to urban within the state
Change to sharecropping
Relocation to northern cities
Movement out of inner-cities
Relocation to coastal cities
Cloth and trinkets.
Rum and molasses.
Gold and silver.
Slaves and molasses.
The removal of travel visa requirements for people of color.
Increased farm mechanization leading to a decreased demand for farm labor.
The development of better airports, allowing for rapid and efficient travel.
Increasing opportunities to work in northern coal mines and the California gold rush.
The growth of agriculture in the U.S. North.
Plessy v. Ferguson.
Brown v. Board of Education.
The Missouri Compromise.
The fourteenth amendment to the Constitution.
Separate schools for blacks and whites were unconstitutional.
"white flight" was morally wrong and should be curtailed.
Discriminatory lending practices and restrictive covenants were unconstitutional.
Separate facilities for blacks and whites were acceptable so long as they were of the same quality.
Separate schools for blacks and whites were constitutional but separate drinking fountains were unconstitutional.
Movement of whites from northern cities like Chicago and New York to southern cities.
Movement of whites from southern cities like New Orleans to western cities like Los Angeles.
Establishment of suburbs around Los Angeles.
Decrease in the percent of whites remaining in the Southeast because of black migration from the Southeast.
Emigration of whites from central Los Angeles as blacks were arriving.