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Title:Part 4: World War II Era, 1941-1950, Migration and Transformation
Duration:01:28:36
Viewed:96,130
Published:05-05-2009
Source:Youtube

World War II was a period of profound transformation, with 1.3 million African Americans living in the West before the war looked suspiciously across a huge cultural divide at a half million newcomers. However, both old residents and newcomers confronted the much greater challenge of racism. This lecture explores the campaign for racial justice and assesses its impact on all westerners. It also assesses how the quest for housing crafted residential and, ultimately, social and political patterns that would impact both city and suburb throughout the region to this day. To see more videos from the University of Washington visit uwtv.org. Quintard Taylor, Jr., Scott and Dorothy Bullitt Professor of American History, University of Washington Carver Gayton, director, Northwest African American Museum, Seattle, Washington http://www.blackpast.org http://faculty.washington.edu/qtaylor 03/07/2006



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