[The Warmth of Other Suns]
"Historians would come to call it the Great Migration. It would become perhaps the biggest underreported story of the twentieth century. It was vast. It was leaderless. It crept along so many thousands of currents over so long a stretch of time as to be difficult for the press truly to capture while it was under way" (9). --Isabel WilkersonOk readers, we've started Isabel Wilkerson's The Warmth of Other Suns. Our questions and coverage this semester will be fairly wide open so that we can identify as many possible points from the book that we would like to concentrate on for further discussion later.
After reading the first 35 pages, what narrative or subject that Wilkerson raised gained most of your attention? Why or how so?