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  • Writer's pictureKeneshia N. Grant, Ph.D.

A Change in Politics With More Black Voters in the Deep South- Stateline

Story By: Tim Henderson

“People go to Atlanta because they hear that black people are doing well there, and Alabama and Mississippi may not have that connotation yet,” said Keneshia Grant, an assistant political science professor at Howard University who has written about black migration and its effect on the Democratic Party.

“I could see the same thing happening in other urban centers in the South, like Houston and Charlotte,” she said. “It might not happen in five years, but over 10 or 20 years it could.”

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