Walter Russell Mead notes that trends in African-American migration within the United States are predominately from Blue to Red states. Whether you accept his explanation or not, there is something pretty amazing going on. His judgment is harsh:
The failure of blue social policy to create an environment which works for Blacks is the most devastating possible indictment of the 20th century liberal enterprise in the United States. Helping Blacks achieve the kind of equality and opportunity long denied them was more than one of many justifications for blue social policy: it was the defining moral task that has challenged and shaped American liberalism for the last fifty years.