These books and articles offer a range of perspectives and insights into the Great Migration, shedding light on the social, economic, and cultural changes it brought about in the United States.

1. “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration” by Isabel Wilkerson – This Pulitzer Prize-winning book provides a comprehensive and deeply personal account of the Great Migration.

2. “The Great Migration: An American Story” by Jacob Lawrence and Wil Haygood – This book combines the artwork of Jacob Lawrence with the storytelling of Wil Haygood to create a vivid portrayal of the migration.

3. “Black Exodus: The Great Migration from the American South” by Alferdteen Harrison – This book focuses on the experiences of individuals and communities during the Great Migration.

4. “The Promised Land: The Great Black Migration and How It Changed America” by Nicholas Lemann – Lemann explores the impact of the migration on both the South and the North.

5. “Making a Way Out of No Way: African American Women and the Second Great Migration” by Lisa Krissoff Boehm – This book focuses on the experiences of African American women during the Second Great Migration (1941-1970).

6. “The Second Great Migration: An American Story” by James N. Gregory – This book delves into the Second Great Migration, which occurred during and after World War II.

Articles: 1. “The Great Migration: A Brief Overview” – An article by the History Channel that provides a concise introduction to the Great Migration and its historical context.

2. “The Great Migration” – An article from the National Museum of African American History & Culture that offers an overview of the Great Migration, along with photographs and stories.

3. “The Great Migration: Creating a New Black Identity in Los Angeles” – An article by the Los Angeles Times that focuses on the impact of the Great Migration on Los Angeles.

4. “The Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance” – An article by the Library of Congress that explores the connection between the Great Migration and the cultural and artistic flourishing of the Harlem Renaissance.

5. “Chicago and the Great Migration” – An article from the Chicago History Museum that discusses the role of Chicago in the Great Migration. These books and articles offer a range of perspectives and insights into the Great Migration, shedding light on the social, economic, and cultural changes it brought about in the United States. I will likely use all of them and have already read one of the books and three of the articles.