"I appreciate Wilkerson's point of view and the way she wrote the book. I appreciate that she followed the actual people and their trials and tribulations. The Great Migration was a great personal struggle coupled also with triumphs.…"
"1. I am not sure she exactly does. I think she leaves some of the answers up to the reader. I am not sure if was worth it. There always sacrifices and pros and cons when you do what you think what is best for your…"
"1. I think my answer for the previous post may be as appropriate here. Hyde Park was so rare b/c the Univ. of Chicago was there. It had very appealing architecture and was very beloved by the white citizens. Therefore, the only…"
"1. I think we have to a certain extent. However, I think we still have a ways to go. We still have schools in lower-socioeconomic areas, primarily made up of minorities, that are still not equal to those in the middle-high socioeconomic…"
"I really enjoyed reading about Ida Mae. It was extremely interesting to hear the female perspective on the Great Migration. The fact that she knew that she had to be tough to make it was really inspiring to me. I found this…"
"When I taught AP Human Geo. we talked about migration, both voluntary and involuntary. I am pretty sure that the Great Migration, which was not covered in HG, was one of an involuntary nature. Most of these men and women had no choice.…"