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“The Warmth of other Suns” by Isabel Wilkerson is an amazing book.
It is a history, a documentary, a reference book, a tale of the Jim Crow era. Read more
Epic. A good lesson to learn and have empathy for all immigrants in both the past and present.Published 10 hours ago by Amazon Customer
There is so much information in this book, I was reading a passage and one day was listening to a vet of the Korean war era, when he said something that made me stop listening and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by ronnie
The Author used complex historical issues: slavery, reconstruction, Jim Crow, racism, sharecropping, to tell the story of thousands of people who escaped the oppressive south to... Read morePublished 3 days ago by E. A. Stowers
Being 75 years old, and a resident of LA and a neighbor of the Fosters, I found the Foster portion well researched. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Sandra H. Wilkins
I grew up in the south during the 40's and I remember situations which were described in the book.
The book enlightened me as to some of the reasons Blacks migrated north.
Excellently researched. The design of the plot makes it extremely readable.Published 6 days ago by J. Philip
It was a very disturbing book, though well written and very well researched. I feel that it is a book that everyone should read. Read morePublished 7 days ago by barbara watson