Los Angeles Migration Analysis

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During the twentieth century, the city of Los Angeles experienced a dramatic population increase. Los Angeles dealt with a high influx of migration from other parts of the United States as well as foreign immigration. African-Americans from the South were migrating to cities like Los Angeles in search of employment opportunities. In addition, by the 1930’s many families living in Oklahoma and Texas were forced to move due to the Dust Bowl, resulting in large numbers of migrants moving to Los Angeles. The Mexican Revolution in 1910 forced many Mexican citizen to immigrant to Los Angeles due to the unstable conditions in Mexico. In the 1930’s, employment for Mexicans became more scarce and Mexicans needed to look elsewhere for employment opportunities
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