Branden Williams GEOG-1103-030 April 8, 2013
Being in a new society, meeting new people, and being in new communities is usually the acts of migration. A black African American living in this society is different from a white person. Because of everything going on in the world it’s hard to live regularly. Racism still exist everywhere you go it doesn’t matter where you step foot on this cold hearted earth. Moving from place to place is always an option but it always will be the same concept no matter what. When people decide to move to another country or state their only looking for a more stabled environment for them to live and to continue their lives. They choose a new destination and sever their ties with their traditional community or society as they set out in a search of new opportunities, new occupations, new challenges, new lives, and new life worlds. Most societies in human relation have a migration narrative in their stories of origin. All communities in American society trace their origins in the United States to one or more migration experiences. Most people immigrate to the United States because there are more opportunities you can have in your life and it can lead you in a better direction. The theory seems to be that blacks migrated out of Africa hundreds of thousands of years ago to better their life. Salves were concerned with having a better future way before racism was even invented or thought of. Before my time black African Americans made an opportunity for everyone to come together as a family. To distribute this type of situation people have sacrifice so many things in their lives in every way possible. People have been murdered over the years to set things free. I know you thinking what does this has...
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