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Response to Review of The Making of Black Detroit in the Age of Henry Ford

Ollie Ayers’s cogent review of my book summarizes the main points of the argument and captures many aspects of African Americans’ journey from sharecropping in the Jim Crow South to inclusion in highly prized jobs at Ford Motor Company (FMC) and, finally, to playing a leading role in the unionization of FMC. I welcome thisContinue reading “Response to Review of The Making of Black Detroit in the Age of Henry Ford”