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Recounts Rosemarie’s parents’ mixed reaction when she and her husband decided to move to Georgia (which the family had left in the 1920s, before Rosemarie was born). The chapter details the violence that sent the family north during the Great Migration, the sense of homecoming Rosemarie experienced when she returned in the early 1960s, and the civil rights work and movement colleagues Rosemarie joined in the South.

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