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JACOB LAWRENCE AND THE GREAT MIGRATION (PART 3)

This year marks the centenary of the beginning of the Great Migration, the exodus of six million African Americans from the US South to the northern cities. 606 more words

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The protests over police brutality in the closing days of 2014, when people dropped to the marble floor of Grand Central Terminal and shut down the Brooklyn Bridge, blocked Lake Shore Drive in Chicago and chanted “I Can’t Breathe” from Boston to Oakland, summoned ghosts not only of the marches of the civil rights era but of the larger forces that led to the arrival of so many Africans in American(African-Americans) in the big cities of the North and West United States of America in the first place. 1,459 more words

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If you’re dreaming of travelling to Tanzania you should definitely keep reading.

Serengeti is perhaps the world’s best game viewing area and here you can really experience one of nature’s most spectacular shows. 155 more words

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JACOB LAWRENCE AND THE GREAT MIGRATION (PART 2)

This year marks the centenary of the beginning of the Great Migration, the exodus of six million African Americans from the US South to the northern cities, such as Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and New York. 310 more words

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JACOB LAWRENCE AND THE GREAT MIGRATION

Beginning in 1915, some six million black African Americans from the South joined an exodus to the northern cities – Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York and many others. 1,337 more words

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