Midnight Flight: an Online Book

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Midnight Flight: an Online Book

Online Book – Midnight Flight: The Story of Racism in Chicago. One family’s experience of White Flight, race and the racial transformation of Chicago’s South East Side.

By Ray Hanania

(C) 2001-2017 Ray Hanania, All Rights Reserved
PO Box 2127, Orland Park, IL 60462

1 – AN OVERVIEW
— THE HISTORY
— THE GEOGRAPHY
— MY FAMILY

2 – “DIVIDING LINES”

3 – A BEAUTIFUL, IDYLLIC COMMUNITY

4 – WRITTEN LONG BEFORE

5 – BLACK IS BAD

6 – ALONE IN THE PLAYGROUND

7 – BOWEN HIGH SCHOOL

8 – IN THE EYE OF THE STORM

9 – MIDNIGHT FLIGHT

10 – THE “SUB-URBAN” LIFE

11 – FRIENDS I LEFT BEHIND
— SHARON’S STORY
— CATHY’S STORY
— JEFF’S STORY

12 – LOOKING BACK

13 – NOTES FROM READERS

Bowen HS Class of 1968 Web Page.
Visit it and share in the discussions?

— Bowen HS Class of 1970 Class Reunion,
June 26, 2010,Click here to get information

— Caldwell Class of 1966 Class Reunion
June 24-26, 2010, Click here to get information

“The Pied Piper of South Shore – Toys and Tragedy in Chicago” the latest South Shore book by Caryn Lazar Amster is now available.  Visit her book website atwww.chicagospiedpiper.com.  Read about the story, see the book cover rendered from original art by Mitch Markovitz, and reserve a copy of the book.

You will also be able to buy posters and limited edition fine art prints of the book cover directly from Mitch. Mitch is a professional commercial illustrator, born and raised in Chicago’s South Shore.  He fondly remembers his years there. The art works represent the area as he remembers it.

Caldwell & Bowen class web site. Click here to visit.

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