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In Motion: the African American Migration Experience
This site offers information on the involuntary (e.g. as slaves from Africa to European colonies) and voluntary (e.g. as refugees from Haiti to the U.S.) migrations that Black people have taken. The site offers digital images and texts, maps, and educational materials that provide details about the movement of Blacks across several nations. There is also a bibliography included for further research. (Source: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library)