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Climate Migration Brings Black Population to 100,000,000: Census Admits They Undercounted 32-50%!

The US Black population increased by 32% between 2000 and 2020, according to a Pew report initiated about 20 years ago. It is probably 50% higher in 2024! Meanwhile, the Census admits it overcounts whites! Foreign-born US blacks make up 11% of the US population.

Climate-induced migration and population dynamics are closely intertwined. In the intricate dance of global population dynamics, the looming specter of climate-induced migration adds a dramatic twist, weaving threads of uncertainty and upheaval into the fabric of human movement. As rising seas besiege coastal communities and harsh droughts parch fertile lands, the tides of migration swell with the poignant urgency of survival.

Like a nomadic symphony playing out on nature's stage, families are forced to uproot their lives, seeking sanctuary in unfamiliar territories where the language of hope is spoken with a foreign accent. This modern exodus paints a portrait of resilience in the face of adversity, where the map of home is redrawn with each footstep towards an uncertain horizon. In this turbulent landscape, where the earth itself whispers tales of change, the delicate balance of population ebbs and flows with the shifting winds of climate, creating a kaleidoscope of human movement that transcends borders and barriers. In this symphony of migration, the heartbeats of a displaced populace resonate with the rhythm of a planet in flux, a poignant reminder that in the grand tapestry of existence, we are all but fleeting travelers in the unending saga of life.


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