Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The Great Migration

For those of you arriving here via In an effort to make things more efficient, my website is currently undergoing a revamp/merge with my YA author persona, Kelly Keaton. I'm also merging (as time allows) my two Facebook Fan Pages and eventually my twitter accounts. If you're looking to connect with me, please join me on Facebook & Twitter. (They're both Kelly Keaton sites, but I'm merging Kelly Gay into them, and this will be reflected in the revamping and renaming of those sites as well. In the end, all will be well and the two Kelly's will be as one. ;-)  Thanks!

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African Americans, who had been rejected in the South, found a new role in public life in the cities of the North and West, entering a new era of heightened political involvement at the same time as the Great Migration. Directly benefiting the civil rights movement was this activism.