In the story "Leave or Die: America's Hidden History of Racial Explusion," Elliot Jaspin of Cox News Service used Census Data and other documents to expose the systematic expulsion of blacks from counties across the U.S. "Beginning in 1864 and continuing for approximately 60 years, whites across the United States conducted a series of racial expulsions, driving thousands of blacks from their homes to make communities lily-white. In at least a dozen of the most extreme cases, blacks were purged from entire counties that remain almost exclusively white, according to the most recent census data. The expulsions often were violent and swift, and they stretched beyond the South." The Austin American-Statesman has put together a thorough multimedia package for the story.
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