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Aretha Frison stands outside the WDSU-TV station in New Orleans, La., Feb. 28, 2014. Frison, who works as a news producer at WDSU, was born in Detroit but moved to New Orleans in 2006. Frison is part of a growing number of African-Americans who are relocating from the North to the South. The 2000 Census marked the first time the South's black population has increased in more than a century. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson)
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New Orleans, Louisiana - African-Americans on the Move
Aretha Frison stands outside the WDSU-TV station in New Orleans, La., Feb. 28, 2014. Frison, who works as a news producer at WDSU, was born in Detroit but moved to New Orleans in 2006. Frison is part of a growing number of African-Americans who are relocating from the North to the South. The 2000 Census marked the first time the South's black population has increased in more than a century. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson)