In the 1900s, the Great Migration brought hundreds of hundreds of African American migrants to Chicago, who introduced the town to jazz and blues. That legacy lives on today in Chicago’s many legendary music venues and clubs. Today, Chicago is home to thriving African American communities in neighborhoods all throughout the town. Bronzeville and Hyde Park are two areas where Black heritage is proudly on display, from family-owned restaurants to vibrant artistic endeavors.
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