Lesson 12: Migration

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“Where you see a high rate of HIV often you see a high rate of migration, of people moving around.” (Dr. Jim Thomas comments on migration during an interview with students.)  Migration takes on various forms in poor and predominantly minority communities.  There is the migration of Black and Latino males to prison and back to the community.  There is migration of minorities to different urban centers because of urban renewal or the gentrification of minority neighborhoods.  There is migration of workers to locations where there are jobs and then back to their homes and communities. The video module, “Migration,” presents different migration patterns in African and African American communities and examines the impact migration has on the spread of HIV/AIDS.

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Lesson 12 – Migration (Grayscale)
Lesson 12 – (Migration Color)
Lesson 12 – Migration (Color Ink Saving)

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