凭借他们在各种形式上的出色的活力，不管怎样，非洲裔美国人都想扩大他们的可能性。来自密西西比州Clarksdale黑社会的一些非洲人搬到了芝加哥，希望得到一些有益的机会。随着棉纺技术的快速发展，强大的农业劳动力和劳动力队伍成为流入城市的开销。美国开始准备参加成为自由国家的战争，工业单位这样做需要大量的劳动力来建设防卫设备。这个目的是得到非洲裔美国人的支持。非洲裔美国人的影响也达到了家庭结构，因为与那些定居在核心家庭的欧洲人和远东移民相比，他们因经济条件差而住在贫民窟（Sluby，2004）。政治观察，由林登·约翰逊（Lyndon Johnson）领导的联邦政府发起了“贫穷战争”（War on Poverty），“工作兵团”这场运动的一部分是出于政治动机，目标是在20世纪60年代之后赢得选票份额，因为这确保了公民权利随后登记每一个黑人选民。民主党和共和党人意识到了黑人选民的力量，并且考虑到这一点，他们提出了几个最大化黑人选票的方案。这从一个经济的角度来看待美国黑人运动和移民，了解利用社会的美国政治的根本原则。
With their vigor of excelling in every form the can and going to nay extent African Americans wanted to extent their possibilities. Some Africans from black quarters of Clarksdale, Mississippi moved to Chicago expecting some rewarding opportunities. With cotton spinning technologies rapidly expanding, a strong agricultural and industrial labor workforce became an overhead which made them to move to cities. The US started preparing for their participation in the war of becoming a free country, and in doing so, industrial units demanded a large supply of workforce to construct defense equipment. This purpose was served with the support of African American labors. The African American influence reached the family structure as well, because they settled in ghettos due to low economic condition as compared to the Europeans and the Far East migrators who settled in nuclear families (Sluby, 2004). Politically observed, the federal government led by Lyndon Johnson initiated schemes like War on Poverty, Job Corps and deployed millions of dollars into new welfare programs. Part of this movement was politically motivated and targeting to win back the vote share after the 1960s where it was sure that the Civil Rights ensued the registration of every black voter. The Democrats and Republicans realized the power of black voters and with this in mind introduced several schemes to maximize the votes from the blacks. This gives a glimpse into the African American movement and migration from an economic perspective and understand the underlying principle of American politics which made use of the community.
The quality of their past life in terms of education, social structure, social values, and ability to learn was a major influence on the way they adopted quickly to the new regions of America and influenced the culture by making it more collaborative and displayed a desire to belong to the Americans.