One of the country's most significant migrations of people was that of blacks from the south to the cities of the north and west from 1910 until 1970.
Author Isabel Wilkerson's The Warmth of Other Suns provides the first in-depth look into one of the most significant events of the 20th century. One that changed lives and changed America.
Brain Lamb of C-SPAN captured the enormity of research and the love of putting this work together by the author in an interview conducted in 2011.
Join us for this free program as Ms. Wilkerson looks at the lives of three individuals who made the move from the south to cities of the north and west and in the process provides a remarkable portrait of the hopes, dreams and fears facing the millions who took part in the great migration.
Monday, October 22nd at 10 am
Central Library Auditorium