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Ms. Wilkerson did an excellent job of researching and writing her story.
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.
The book tells the story of the great migration of blacks from the American South to the North and West.
Excellent book. I learned so much. It was heartbreaking but very fulfillingPublished 13 hours ago by brenda lauderback
The best and most detailed account of America's greatest internal social upheaval. You'll never dismiss the pact of Jim Crow again -- not after the harrowing accounts in this... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Daniel J. Murphy
The best book I've read. Will go down in history as a best seller.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Fascinating. Good choices of the three she chose to follow. The numbers moving were staggering, liked that you could now have chronological perspective.Published 3 days ago by Deborah Hubbard
Growing up in a lily-white rural community in southern Indiana, I had no idea what horrors were visited upon Black people merely because of their skin color. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Martin Risacher
This is a big book to read but it is so well written that it is hard to put down. Very fascinating part of our US history that is not talked about.Published 5 days ago by Cindy Garcia
I am late in reading this Phenomenal work! This is a story that has touched me in ways I will never be able to fully explain. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Stephanie Fredieu
a very important non-fiction report of the difficult historyof racism and "Jim Crow" in the USAPublished 7 days ago by Dave