Book Review: Making Our Way Home, The Great Migration and the Black American Dream by Blair Imani

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Making Our Way Home, The Great Migration and the Black American Dream by Blair Imani takes us on a historical journey of the Great Migration. It is beautifully illustrated by Rachelle Baker who helps us to visualize every aspect of this journey from 1919 to 1979. Patrisse Cullors’ forward is a moving tribute to her grandmother Jennie Endsley who migrated West as part of this migration among six million others determined to escape to a better life. This book covers topics such as civil rights, voting rights, arts, culture, and immerses the reader in the notable individuals and their family’s efforts to transform us from the past to understanding the present.

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