Asked by Amber Brown on Jul 10, 2024



The "Kansas Exodus" meant which of the following?

A) hope for blacks to escape racial violence in the South
B) the migration of 40,000 to 60,000 African-Americans out of Kansas
C) the eventual return of most black migrants to the South
D) Political equality was a child's fantasy as unreal as The Wizard of Oz.
E) Many African-Americans stayed in Arkansas because they had found what they were looking for.

Kansas Exodus

A migration in 1879 and 1880 by some 40,000–60,000 blacks to Kansas to escape the oppressive environment of the New South.

Racial Violence

Acts of aggression and conflict that stem from racial prejudice or racism, often resulting in harm to individuals or communities based on their race or ethnicity.


Refers to citizens or residents of the United States who have origins in any of the black populations of Africa.

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jasper pierre

2 days ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The "Kansas Exodus" refers to the significant migration of African-Americans from the Southern United States to Kansas in the late 19th century, seeking to escape racial violence and discrimination in the South. This movement was driven by the hope for a better life and more equitable treatment in the North.