"1. After reading this section I don't think there's a general way to answer this question. Each person who experienced the move is going to evaluate their choices for themselves, and that's the only evaluation that truly matters.…"
"1. Hypersegregation means the extreme level of segregation in Chicago neighborhoods, where the majority of them are nearly all-white or all-black. The building of public housing and its availability limited to certain areas, which attracted many of…"
"1. Reconcile it? I think most of the country is asleep to it, save those who experienced it, and from Wilkerson's work it does not seem to have been recognized as having larger significance by even those. It's not uncommon to hear people…"
"I find the name changing fascinating too... my grandmother was big on making sure people pronounced our name the proper way "boo-shay" for Boucher. My half-siblings' last name is Larzazs, which is a total change from the original…"
"1. Reading about Ida Mae's childhood reminds me of my own with my father, following him to his work and helping him however I could (you could call him a man-of-all-work--at various times I helped at a print shop, painting businesses and…"
"Mary, I grew up in a small town similar to yours, but in Massachusetts. What was striking to me when I moved to Florida, and still surprising actually, is how that small community still divided itself, just along different lines. All the churches…"
"My first experience with “The Great Migration” was my third year in college. I was studying various books for a professor for material relevant to the book she was writing, in return for independent study credit. She had me read just…"