Which was a major reason that many southern blacks migrated to the North and West during World War II?
to find employment opportunities in wartime industries
to bring their knowledge of farming techniques to those regions
to enlist in the armed forces, which was not permitted in southern states
to live in integrated neighborhoods free from prejudice and discrimination
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maybe c again?
possibly B, I don't like C because it says Southern states, what about Eastern states?
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It's A. They knew there were going to be prejudices wherever they decided to go. A is true because those regions were more industrialized than the south and there were more economic opportunities in the those regions.