Item title: Outsider in the Promised Land: Black Family in Jewish Community
First-hand account by Dr. Gwendoline Fortune of her family's move to Skokie in the 1960s. Fortune describes the complex social position of being an upwardly mobile, educated, and financially secure Black family in a predominantly white and Jewish community, and the racism she and her family faced in Skokie. Fortune often described her writing as "faction." View item metadata.