Chicago from the Depression to the Millennium: A Black Perspective
"Chicago is the product of its neighborhoods. The majority of them are integrated; some are not. When out-of-towners visit this huge city today and see persons of all races and creeds walking unmolested in most areas, they may have no idea of the pain and suffering attendant to this racial mix. I am a 76 year old Black citizen who wrote this memoir in order to paint a picture for both myself and the reader of the history of Black migration to the city of Chicago before and during the Second World War."
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