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Krasner-Khait, Barbara D.
September 2002
Footsteps;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p31
Focuses on the experiences of migrant African Americans in the North of the U.S. Emotions of feeling better like a man; Pleasure on knowing of the availability of privileges; Homesickness for old friends way back in the South.


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