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  • Anne Burns

    A lifetime of questions were answered by this book. It is not without flaw, but I consider it a must read for anyone who loves this country. I love it and my children will know and understand the migration of blacks in America and they will know why.

  • Lisa Andujar-Ray

    The Warmth of Other Suns - I love this book about the great migration of African Americans from the South to the North.

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