Researchers challenge the myths behind the US’s very own refugee crisis in the 1930s — Quartz


The Dust Bowl in the 1930s was an environmental and economic calamity. Some 2.5 million people fled the areas in the American South hit by severe dust storms and headed west. It was in some ways America’s very own refugee crisis, similar in scale to what Europe is facing now. The Dust Bowl, which has…

melalui Researchers challenge the myths behind the US’s very own refugee crisis in the 1930s — Quartz

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