The Personal Toll of the Great Migration

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Why don't we talk more about the Great Migration, a time that saw six million African Americans leave the South in search of work and freedom? Our own Celeste Headlee is, herself, a product of this slow, leaderless shift that occurred over the course of six decades. She shares her family's story.

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Celeste Headlee

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