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The book tells the story of the great migration of blacks from the American South to the North and West.
This book should be required reading for all American History students, high school and college, in this country and anyone abroad who studies American History.
Ms. Wilkerson has done some wonderful research on this book and taken care to craft the story in a way that makes it interesting and informative.
Wonderfully written, intimate look into the lives of three people who survived the Jim Crow south and their families. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Glenn
Enjoyed reading about the characters and their migrations, their struggles within and between their hopes and dreams to live free in the United States of America. Read morePublished 4 days ago by bertha ansley
Excellent reminder of a history we should never forget or minimize.Published 7 days ago by Elizabeth hamblin
I gained a much better understanding of what the Jim Crow south was about & what it might have been like to have lived there as a colored person & what a momentous decision it... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Belita Ramsey
I was born in 1947. Grew up in Massachusetts in the 50's, 60's and 70's. I rarely encountered an African American. There were non in any of my schoolsPublished 7 days ago by jderrico
Ms Wilkerson has created a voluminous and masterful work detailing and describing a period of time that has not been in the mainstream of popular culturePublished 9 days ago by S. Wright