Did you know that from 1910 to 1970, more than six million African Americans left the rural south and headed north and west to seek better-paying jobs and a new future? In the second part of his interview on “Driving the Green Book: A Road Trip Through the Living History of Black Resistance,” author Alvin Hall talks about the racism they faced on the road and the children who witnessed it from the back seat.
To go to Alvin Hall’s website, click here: https://alvinhall.com/
To listen to Alvin’s “Driving the Green Book” podcast, click here: https://podcasts.macmillan.com/podcast/driving-the-green-book/
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