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Recent immigration trends in Southeast Michigan
During most of the twentieth century, southeast Michigan was portrayed in scholarly research and the popular media as black and white. While the region has a rich history of international immigration prior to 1950, the post-war years have focused on the large migration from the American south and the resulting interaction between African Americans and Caucasians in the workplace and community. While Detroit was not a gateway city for immigrants, secondary migration flows continued to add to the first- and second-generation base. The unprecedented immigration flows that the country experienced ...